Cherokee Indian Reservation / (Leaving) Cherokee Reservation Marker  Cherokee, Swain County, North Carolina.

Cherokee Indian Reservation / (Leaving) Cherokee Reservation Marker Cherokee, Swain County, North Carolina.

Info on Eastern Cherokee Nation & map of Qualla Boundary (NC Cherokee Reservation) (5.31k)

Info on Eastern Cherokee Nation & map of Qualla Boundary (NC Cherokee Reservation) (5.31k)

Put down your phone and step into history as you enter Oconaluftee Indian Village on the Cherokee reservation in western North Carolina. The re-created, working village will show you what Cherokee life and struggles were like in the 1760s as Europeans settled on Indian land. Explore the winding paths to homes, work areas and ritual…

Put down your phone and step into history as you enter Oconaluftee Indian Village on the Cherokee reservation in western North Carolina. The re-created, working village will show you what Cherokee life and struggles were like in the 1760s as Europeans settled on Indian land. Explore the winding paths to homes, work areas and ritual…

Cherokee Reservation Oklahoma Map | Tax and Economic Incentives for Former Indian Reservations in Oklahoma ...

Cherokee Reservation Oklahoma Map | Tax and Economic Incentives for Former Indian Reservations in Oklahoma ...

Visit Cherokee North Carolina | This website as the information for such sights as the Reservation, Museums, Sequoyah Golf course, and more.

Visit Cherokee North Carolina | This website as the information for such sights as the Reservation, Museums, Sequoyah Golf course, and more.

Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual: Established in 1946, it serves mainly as a cooperative mutual for 300 Cherokee craftspeople, the facility has a large display area for those interested in historical baskets, masks, pottery, fingerweaving, wood carving and more. Open all year, yet hours vary seasonally; call ahead n the off-season. No admission fee.

Qualla Arts and Crafts Mutual: Established in 1946, it serves mainly as a cooperative mutual for 300 Cherokee craftspeople, the facility has a large display area for those interested in historical baskets, masks, pottery, fingerweaving, wood carving and more. Open all year, yet hours vary seasonally; call ahead n the off-season. No admission fee.

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