The Cherokee people have a rich history woven with survival, sacrifice, loss and triumph making our current nation 300,000 strong. We have always had strong education and government systems to perpetuate the welfare of our people. Like the reeds of ancestral Cherokee baskets this legacy has been woven through time

Established in 1963, the Cherokee National Historical Society is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization created to present an authentic and multidimensional portrait of the Cherokee people in historical and contemporary times. Please support our heritage and ensure that our culture is preserved for generations to come.

The Cherokee National Historical Society will be celebrating 50 years of promoting, preserving, and teaching Cherokee history and culture in 2013.

Join us in celebrating our 50th Anniversary: Weaving a Legacy by making a contribution today.
In commemoration of our 50th Anniversary, we are offering limited edition gifts at the following levels:

The first 20 donors at this level will receive a 10”-12” handcrafted round reed basket
with a commemorative 50th Anniversary medallion

$501 up to $2,500.00
The first 40 donors at this level will receive a 5” handcrafted flat reed basket
with a commemorative 50th Anniversary medallion

Up to $500.00
The first 500 donors at this level will receive a Dorothy Sullivan’s Webber Plantation print

Your generous contribution is vital to the continuation of our mission to preserve, promote, and teach Cherokee history and culture, and will help us continue to share our history with thousands of children and adults who visit the Cherokee Heritage Center each year.

We are excited about our future as we honor our past. Please take a few moments to make your contribution to the Cherokee Heritage Center.

Working together, WE will perpetuate our rich Cherokee heritage
Becky Adair – Membership
Lindi Conover – Grants/Sponsorships

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