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Museum of The Cherokee Indian [NC]

The Museum of The Cherokee Indian presents the culture and history of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee people. Permanent exhibits address the Paleo (11,000 BC-8,000 BC), Archaic (8,000 BC-1,000 BC), and Mississippian (900-1500) Periods.

The museum offers exhibits; hands-on workshops; educational presentations; lectures; a nature walk; self-guided tours; a Cherokee dance and cultural demonstration group; a teacher's institute on Cherokee culture; and Cherokee language classes. The website offers a Cherokee information packet with activities.