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Cheoah


About 500 Cherokee lived in the Cheoah Valley before the United States Army forcibly deported Cherokees to Oklahoma on the Trail of Tears in 1838.

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September 3, 2015


Clay County Heritage


The Hiawassee River Valley was once home to hundreds of Cherokee, a history that comes to life at the Cherokee County Historical & Art Museum and five other interpretive sites.

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Judaculla Rock


One of the Cherokee’s most important ancestral places, Judaculla Rock is carved with approximately 1,548 designs, more than any other known petroglyph boulder in the eastern U.S.

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September 4, 2015


Konehete


The rich, fertile soil and protection from the weather of the “Long Valley” provided ideal conditions for agricultural cultivation. Immigrants changed the name to Valleytown.

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September 3, 2015


Museum of the Cherokee Indian


Interactive video, intriguing displays, and a full sensory experience of the history of the Cherokee await visitors to this 12,000 square foot state-of-the-art museum.

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September 4, 2015


Oconoluftee Village


This recreated Cherokee village of the 18th Century immerses visitors in the history and culture of the Cherokee through traditional arts, weaponry, ceremony, and dances.

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Qualla Arts & Crafts


Exquisite handmade Cherokee crafts are on display and available for sale at the oldest Native American artisan cooperative in the nation.

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Qualla Boundary


Here the Parkway overlooks the Qualla Boundary, home to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. The Boundary is a small fragment of the extensive historical homeland of the Cherokee.

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Unto These Hills


Unto These Hills Outdoor Drama tells the powerful story of the Cherokee from the first contact with Europeans through the infamous and tragic Trail of Tears.

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