The vibrant culture of the Cherokee Nation will be on full display Labor Day weekend for visitors around the world attending Cherokee National Holiday.
“This 62nd annual holiday is especially significant because we will commemorate the 175th anniversary of the end of the Trail of Tears. Our ancestors never gave up, and today the Cherokee Nation is stronger than at any time in our history. That’s something for all to be proud of and to celebrate,” Principal Chief Bill John Baker said.
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