The Cherokee Heritage Center Archives keeps valuable records of the Cherokee People and makes them available to the public, now and in the future. The records in our collection trace the events and decisions that shaped the Cherokee nation.
Our archives hold mainly text-based primary source records and they include collections of government and private documents, photographs, posters, maps, architectural drawings, books, papers and articles focusing on Cherokee history and culture.
The goal of the Archives is to provide free and full access to these materials, and to capture and preserve research that might otherwise be lost. Please make an appointment with our Archivist for access to conduct research in the Cherokee National Archives.
E-mail: Archives Dept.
(918) 456 – 6007