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By Don Morfe, April 26, 2014
Cherokee Heritage Trails Marker
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — Cherokee Heritage Trails Tsalagi Usdi Nvnohi
Cherokee Heritage Trails (Tsalagi Usdi Nvnohi) wind through the mountains of North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia, in the heart of Cherokee homelands that once encompassed more than 140,000 square miles. Here, where Cherokee people have lived for . . . — Map (db m75440) HM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — 1F 6 — Cherokee Villages
Along the south side of the Little Tennessee River for about thirteen miles were ten villages of the Overhill Cherokees. They were Mialaque, Tuskegee, Tomotley, Toquo, Tennessee, Chota, Citico, Halfway Town, Chilhowee, Talassee. White encroachments . . . — Map (db m60258) HM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — 1F 5 — Fort Loudon
One mile east is a replica of this fort, built 1756-57 by South Carolina provincial troops to check the French and strengthen the English influence in the Mississippi Valley. It was besieged by the Cherokee and surrendered August 7, 1760. — Map (db m75420) HM WM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — Fort Loudon
Constructed by the English 1756 to help win the valley of the Mississippi. Captured by the Indians under French influence 1760.

Marked by the Tennessee Society of the Colonial Dames of America 1917 — Map (db m88877) HM

Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — Fort Loudoun
Fort Loudoun has been designated a Registered National Historic Landmark under the provisions of the Historic Sites Act of August 21, 1935. This site possesses exceptional value in commemorating or illustrating the history of the United States. — Map (db m75425) HM WM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — 1F 15 — Sequoyah
About 1½ mi. E., in the town of Tuskegee, this son of Nathaniel Gist, an emissary to the Cherokee from George Washington, and Wurteh, daughter of a chief, was born about 1770. He designed the alphabet of 85 characters, still in use in the . . . — Map (db m60257) HM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — Tellico Blockhouse 1794-1807
The Tellico Blockhouse was a United States fortification constructed in 1794 and in use through 1807. Primarily, The Tellico Blockhouse served as a check against white settlement deeper into Cherokee lands. It also served as home to the Tellico . . . — Map (db m120203) HM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — 1F 36 — Tenasee Cherokee Village
Near here on the bank of the now-flooded Little Tennessee River was the Cherokee Indian village of Tenasee. Probably established in the 17th century, by 1753 it had been overshadowed by Chota, the principal political center during the latter half of . . . — Map (db m53951) HM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — The Tennessee Overhill Experience-From Furs to Factories Overhill Fur & Hide Trade
From the beginning of the eighteenth century until the American Revolution, Cherokee hunters and trappers traded tens of thousands of animal pelts for manufactured goods imported by licensed British traders. The first resident trader in the Overhill . . . — Map (db m116823) HM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — Unicoi Turnpike Trail
The path now known as the Unicoi Turnpike Trail has existed for over 1,000 years. The earliest European maps of the area note the trail as a connector between Cherokee Territories and the coastal ports of Charleston and Savannah. In 1756 British . . . — Map (db m82302) HM WM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — Unicoi Turnpike Trail A Path Through Time
The path now known as the Unicoi Turnpike Trail has existed for over 1,000 years. The earliest European maps of the area note the trail as a connector between Cherokee Territories and the coastal ports of Charleston and Savannah. In 1756 British . . . — Map (db m82303) HM
Tennessee (Monroe County), Vonore — Welcome to Fort Loudoun State Historic Area Fort Loudoun (1756-1760)
Fort Loudoun played a significant role in helping Great Britain secure the trans-Appalachian region from France during the Seven Years War, or as it is known in America, the French and Indian War. As the first planned British fort in the "Overhill" . . . — Map (db m75423) HM

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