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North Carolina
North Carolina
A craftsman works on a Cherokee canoe, which takes six to eight months of constant burning to complete.
North Carolina: A working village from the pastThe Oconaluftee Indian Village is like the Colonial Williamsburg of the Cherokee tribe - an authentic, working historic village featuring arrowhead-making, fishing, canoe hulling and other traditional arts. The $40.50 Cherokee Experience Package includes admission to the village, the Museum of the Cherokee Indian and a live outdoor show. Classes in beadwork, pottery and basketry are also available.


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