Museum of the Cherokee Indian

January 2014
Native Peoples Magazine;Jan/Feb2014, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p32
Establishment Review
The article presents an evaluation of the Museum of the Cherokee Indian, located in Cherokee, North Carolina, and includes information on exhibitions at the museum involving the history and art of the Cherokee, the museum's community involvement, and comments from museum director Bo Taylor.


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