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Isotope Building, 88, USA
March 31-April 2 | Free Admission
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN in WASHINGTON, D.C.
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Visit our many cultural landmarks while immersing yourself in the rich history of the Cherokee Nation.

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Cherokee Days showcases the shared history of the only three federally recognized Cherokee tribes, featuring interactive exhibits, storytelling, traditional games, basket weaving, demonstrations, music and dance.

  

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Tradition

Oral tradition holds that Cherokee people once lived on an island that erupted in fire, and they fled to what is now North America.
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Unity

Over thousands of years, Cherokee people have existed as a distinct people, unified in their tribal family. Through times of peace and times of war, Cherokee people have held to their identity.
SHARED LEGACY

Shared Legacy

Today, there are only three federally recognized branches of Cherokee people: Cherokee Nation, Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians. Each tribe, while wholly unique, shares a past, language, culture and traditions.
PRESERVING CULTURE

Preserving Culture

From the resurrection of the spoken language in schools to recreating ancient rituals to holding annual tri-council meetings, the only three federally recognized Cherokee tribes are committed to preserving and promoting their history and culture to ensure they survive for future generations.