Native Americans in Georgia
Nov. 10, 10 AM - 12 PM
Please join us to gain a better understanding and appreciation of the indigenous people who inhabited this area. Tribal Chairman Dr. Lamar Sneed, a Cherokee historian and Executive Director of the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee will share a frank history of Native Americans in Georgia. This will be a lecture followed by a reflective walk along the bank of the Chattahoochee River at Island Ford.
This is a free event for CNPC members only. To learn more about becoming a member click here.
Ages 14 and up. The content is not appropriate for children.
Please no dogs.
WE ASK THAT ALL PARTICIPANTS BE VACCINATED AND THAT THEY WEAR A MASK DURING THE PROGRAM. WE APPRECIATE YOUR ASSISTANCE IN HELPING TO KEEP OUR COMMUNITY SAFE.
About Dr. Sneed
Tribal Chairman Dr. Sneed is a Cherokee historian and Executive Director of the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee. Georgia was the capital of the Cherokee nation, prior to the forced removal in the late 1830’s. The Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee is a state-recognized group of Cherokee descendants. Dr. Sneed has a PhD in Cherokee history from Georgia State University. He represents the Cherokee descendants in Georgia and the Southeast.
Links to information about the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee
Chattahoochee National Park Conservancy, Inc. is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We are proud to support our Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, a unit of the national park system managed by the National Park Service.
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