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Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois, and United Tribes of South Carolina

Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois, and United Tribes of South Carolina is an organization which seeks to preserve and share the history and culture of the Native American peoples of South Carolina. To this end, the organization is politically active and educational.

The society offers outreach music, dancing, and performance presentations; storytelling; demonstrations; outreach cultural, historical, and archaeological lectures; hands-on educational outreach programs; and curriculum guides. All of the aforementioned offerings are designed for or can be tailored to student needs.