Cleveland, TN:"Eternal Flame of the Cherokee Nation This fire is a memorial of those people who suffered and died on the infamous 'Trail of Tears'. It also commemorates the reuniting of the Eastern and Western Cherokee Nation here at Red Clay- Aug. 7, 1837 - Apr. 6,1984"
Fall Creek Falls State Park is one of the most spectacular state parks in the state of Tennessee, and in the entire country as well. Nature enthusiasts flock to the 20,000-acre expanse that makes up Fall Creek Falls Tennessee. Located at the eastern top of the Cumberland Plateau, this state park is often called one of the best areas for outdoor recreation in the country.
The Tennessee State Postage Stamp Depicted above is the Tennessee state 34 cent stamp from the Greetings From America commemorative stamp series. The United States Postal Service released this stamp on April 4, 2002. The retro design of this stamp resembles the large letter postcards that were popular with tourists in the 1930's and 1940's.