This may be the final resting place of Charles Dickinson, a man who died May 30, 1806, in a duel with Andrew Jackson. State Archaeologist Nick Fielder has been spending time and tax dollars researching the situation. When he’s done here, we’re certain Fielder will move on to identifying the burial places of the thousands of Cherokee who died along the “Trail of Tears” as a result of Old Hickory’s Indian removal policy. Trail of Tears? How about a burial paper trail, Cherokee bastards? One thing we can’t stand is an impolite political victim. Where’s Harry Whittington when you need him? No, seriously, anyone seen him?