Trail of Tears (disambiguation)

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Trail of Tears was a series of forced relocations of Native American nations from their ancestral homelands in the Southeastern United States following the passage of the Indian Removal Act of 1830.

Trail of Tears may also refer to:

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  • "Trail of Tears", a song composed by Roger Cook, Allen Reynolds and Randy Handley and recorded by John Denver, on his 1985 album, Dreamland Express and by Hal Ketchum on his 1992 album Sure Love
  • "Trial of Tears", a song by Dream Theater, from their 1997 album, Falling into Infinity
  • "Trail of Tears", a song by Eric Johnson, from his 1986 album, Tones
  • "Trail of Tears", a song by Nuclear Assault, from their 1989 album, Handle with Care
  • "Trail of Tears", a song by Testament, from their 1994 album, Low

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