Through the Eyes of the Cherokee is published by the Roswell Convention & Visitors Bureau, written and illustrated by Mark Warren, and supported by Georgia Power Company.
This Memorial in tribute to the Cherokee is a project of Cindi Crane and the Roswell Historical Society.
The purpose of the memorial:
- To educate and help provide inclusion of the Cherokee in Roswell’s history
- This monument is a memorial to the Cherokees who were driven from their land and their homes against their will in 1838.
Thousands died on the Nunna-da-ul-tsun-yi, commonly translated as “The Trail of Tears.”
Roswell’s Cherokee Memorial is located at Riverside park (575 Riverside Drive) and Azalea Drive, along the Chattahoochee River.