Pointing the way

Bent trees guided Cherokee over ancient trails

by

by

Comments (6)

Comment Feed

trail trees

I live in oklahoma,informed several what these are,my geneology leads me back to georgia,carolinas,i have found several of these trees in oklahoma make it a point, one on top of turner falls,i take pictures informed them to preserve it,didnt take note,but its there...Going to myrtle beach in first part may, for first time, i will be looking.... mckay-mclains

Tammy Shawn 29 days ago

bent trail tree with lashing marks

I know of at least 3-5 large old bent trees on my land. One even has strap marks still visible in the bark

Randy 317 days ago

Bent Trees

One thing that may give this a little more provenance is the fact that we see these bent formations in very large Birch Trees very close to other Birch Trees that still have ancient carving in them. (Not Sally loves Rob), but very old Sunshine and other figurative carvings in the tree trunks in NW Ga.

Gordon 276 days ago

I have/had (lost one due to tornado) 2 trees that appear to have bent branches. They are red oaks so they fit the profile. Any suggestions?

I have/had a couple trees with bent branches. (Lost one due to tornado) they are red oaks which fit the profile and I'm guessing they are close to 100+ years old. Any suggestions?

Shaun Hampton more than 1 year ago

Cherokee trees

I have a tree that points dead north. Is this common?

Chris Alvey more than 1 year ago

Indian marker trees

I have 2 of those Indian marker trees behind my house.

jeanine satel more than 2 years ago