Event! Investigating the Legend

“Hope you know that your story shook me to my core.” –

(A comment from someone who heard just the first five minutes of the talk.)

“Investigating a Cherokee Legend”

Free/Open to the Public

Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 2 PM – 4 PM

Sponsored by The Stamp Creek History & Heritage Center. Come join us at the American Legion in Cartersville, GA  at 525 Martin Luther King Jr St., behind Hobby Lobby.

Does an earlier genesis of a two hundred year old Cherokee legend foretell the future as well as it captures the past? Join us for this exciting story!

Larry Vogt, historical researcher, writer and avocational archaeologist joins us with a new, fascinating story of the Cherokee. Larry has intensely researched early Cherokee County, Georgia history and has written five books:
The Hidden History of Lake Allatoona, The Curious Disappearance of Fort Buffington, Dautzenleins: Making Sense of Things, Trail of Tears Round-up Routes: Fort Buffington and Sixes Encampment to Fort Wool at New Echota, and Investigating the Legend: Curious Documents Echo, Ominous Warnings from the Past.

His quest to locate the lost site of Fort Buffington and local Trail of Tears routes has been featured in newspaper and magazine stories.
Larry writes and speaks about the value of understanding history. Through Vogt-Dautzenlein Historical Research, he works to recover and document our lost heritage.
Come join us for this free, open to the public discussion and learn some great history, and hear about Larry’s new book!

Sponsored by The Stamp Creek History & Heritage Center. Come join us at the American Legion in Cartersville, GA,  at 525 Martin Luther King Jr St., behind Hobby Lobby.

Saturday, September 21, 2019 at 2 PM – 4 PM

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Vogt-Dautzenlein locates Historic Site believed to be Fort Buffington!

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Vogt-Dautzenlein Discovers Probable Location of Fort Buffington!

On August 23, 2015, documentary evidence was Dautzenleined (connected using Dautzenlein procedures) and it indicated a specific location. It is very exciting when Dautzenleins predict a location and it leads to discoveries!

Within two days, this location produced artifacts of the time period, type, and quantity to suggest that this is the probable site of the long lost Cherokee Removal fort – Fort Buffington.

Fort Buffington was one of the main forts along what is now called the Trail of Tears.

While the fort structure appears to have been relatively small, the site itself covers several acres and looks to have another adjoining “campus” possibly used by the Cherokee when they were collected for Removal.

Assuming this is the site, it clears up a lot of confusion that has existed about the fort and its location.

The sites and properties are privately owned by a number of individuals. No further information will be released at this time, as per landowners’ wishes.

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Connecting the Dots

“Connect the dots.” We’ve all heard this term before but what does it mean to “Connect the dots”?

From the children’s game where a seemingly random group of numbered dots are connected by lines to create a picture that was unseen until the process is completed.

It means to observe a person, place, thing, or event as well as the connection(s) it has to other persons, places, things, or events in order to attain understanding.

1. Every dot (person, place, thing, or event) is something intrinsically, all by itself.

2. Every dot does something or serves a function.

3. Every dot has connections to other dots. These connections determine value, relevance, and provide fuller understanding of the dot.

A simple way of looking at this is: What is it? What does it do? What relevance does it have?

The new word “Dautzenlein” (dots-n-line) combines this whole concept into one word.

 

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History: The Story of Survival

 

History is an all-encompassing study of people, places, events, etc, and the dynamics of the beings involved.

Artifacts and historical relics are the symbols of history and can be used as an entry point to assist people to journey to an understanding of the complexities, joys, and sorrows of lives and times.

At birth we are given the command to “Be”, to live, … to survive.

We each spend the rest of our lives doing just that – surviving and prospering as best we can for our families and ourselves.

Our interactions along with the millions of others trying to do the same are the Dautzenleins of history

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