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Chieftains Museum
The Chieftains Museum tells the story of Major Ridge, the prominent Cherokee leader who struggled to adapt to the white man's culture while retaining his Cherokee heritage.   More
New Echota Historic Site
Here the Cherokee establish a capital in 1825 and fight to stay, not with guns, but with white men's printed page, laws and courts.      More
Red Clay State Park
The events that made Red Clay famous happened between 1832 and 1838. Red Clay served as the seat of Cherokee government from 1832 until the forced removal of the Cherokee in 1838.    More
Ross House
Home of John Ross.  Built before the start of the 19th century by John McDonald, a Scottish trader of wandering loyalty, the Ross House is the oldest remaining structure in Northwest Georgia.  More
Vann House
Home of James & Joseph Vann.  At the start of the 19th century, one of the richest men in the Western Hemisphere lived on this land.     More
District Boundaries
The boundaries of the Cherokee Country in the east prior to the removal.    More
   

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