Located in the Chattahoochee National Forest.(Blairsville)
Center of the World Monument
The historic monument honors the location of the Cherokee Indian assembly ground. It was here that the Cherokee tribal council met. (Hartwell)
On exhibit at the Northeast Georgia History Center.
Restored cabin of Cherokee Chief Whitepath, a leader at the time of the Trail of Tears.Displays & artifacts of the Cherokee and early Americans of the area. (Gainesville)
Medicine Bow, Ltd.
An outdoor school for all ages that guides each student toward his/her unique relationship with the forest by connecting to ancient skills and lore of the Native American. Workshops at Medicine Bow, Workshops at your school, special group programs, teacher workshops, canoeing, concerts, Indian ceremony programs, summer camp. Call for calendar of events. (Dahlonega)
Sautee-Nacoochee Indian Mound
Resting place of two tragic young lovers from warring Cherokee and Chickasaw tribes. Built by mound builders in 10,000 B.C. Drive by anytime. (Helen)
Sautee Nacoochee Center Museum
The History Museum at the Sautee Nacoochee Center offers exhibits that present hundreds of objects supporting the telling of the fascinating story of the Sautee and Nacoochee Valleys. Featured in the museum's permanent gallery is a display of prehistoric Native American artifacts that tell the story of the cultures that thrived in valleys prior to the arrival of the European settlers. Exhibits in this section include an extensive display of tools, pottery and other material goods along with an enormous grinding stone (mortar) that was carved into the rock face of a nearby hill. Narrative labels and maps help the visitor understand the life of the Valleys' earliest residents. (Sautee)
Trackrock Archaeological Area
Located in the Brasstown Ranger District of the Chattahoochee National Forest, this 52-acre area contains preserved petroglyphs of ancient Indian origin from which this mountain gap (or pass) gets its name. These carvings resemble animal and bird tracks, crosses, circles and human footprints. Hiking. (Blairsville)
For a fee Diamond Brown will provide Native American Interpretive Programs. He has a movie, "Follow the River," available to teachers looking for factual information about Cherokee heritage and Native Peoples in Georgia.