Indian Trail

Indian Trail (HM27BE)

Location: Omaha, GA 31821 Stewart County
Country: United States of America

N 32° 8.313', W 84° 58.201'

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Three miles west on the Chattahoochee River was Oconee Village, home of the Oconee Indians from 1715 to 1799. Their Chief Oueekachumfa or Long King signed the treaty with General Oglethorpe at Cowetah, August 21, 1739. In the 1750s, led by Chief Secoffee, many warriors of the tribe rest to Florida along a trail, that crosses here. There they changed their name to Seminoles or Runaways and Outlaws and formed the nucleus of the Seminole tribe. They fought the settlers of south Georgia from 1817 to 1836 in the Seminole wars. The Seminole Indians are found today in the everglades of Florida.
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HM NumberHM27BE
Series This marker is part of the Georgia: Georgia Historical Society/Commission series
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Placed ByThe Georgia Historical Commission
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Date Added Thursday, May 3rd, 2018 at 10:01am PDT -07:00
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UTM (WGS84 Datum)16S E 691471 N 3557597
Decimal Degrees32.13855000, -84.97001667
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 32° 8.313', W 84° 58.201'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds32° 8' 18.78" N, 84° 58' 12.06" W
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Area Code(s)478, 229
Which side of the road?Marker is on the right when traveling West
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 16076 GA-39, Omaha GA 31821, US
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