the history of the ride

2008 & 2009


Congratulations to this year's Trail of Tears Space Camp scholarship winner, Justin Hall and accompanied by his mother Regina Hall of Meridianville, Alabama. The scholarship is offered annually by the U.S. Space & Rocket Center as part of the Trail of Tears Commerative Motorcycle Ride.

Space Camp is the premiere immersive, educational experience for young people 7-18 years of age. It has fostered national and international outreach programs which in addition to Space Camp includes Space Academy (1984), Advanced Space Academy (1997), Aviation Challenge (1990). The U.S. Space & Rocket Center was established in 1965 by the State of Alabama, empowered by the U.S. Congress and supported by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration; the U.S. Space & Rocket Center is the nation's leading hands-on space science museum. More information can be found at

# # # # # (Note: For additional information, contact Jennifer Covington, Marketing, Business Development, U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, AL. 256-864-7836 or
Any group or organization wishing to have Miss Indian Alabama participate in their activities or anyone desiring to a participate in the annual awards may contact the Alabama Indian Affairs Commission at 800-436-8261 or e-mail The Alabama Indian Affairs Commission

Alabama Governor Riley Commendation supporting the ATTOTCAI Route to Waterloo.

five feathers rally

Thanks to everyone that participated in the 16th Annual Trail of Tears Commerative Motorcycle Ride. Considering the weather, the support was good with not only the ride but the prayer in Chattanooga, the Kick-off Rally in Bridgeport, the Five Feathers Rally in Madison, and the Powwow in Waterloo.

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