In 1975, dedicated volunteers worked to preserve more than 86,000 historical artifacts that are now in the Cherokee County History Museum.
All good things must come to an end, according to that ubiquitous source know as “they say.” In keeping with that lore, the Cherokee County History Museum’s temporary exhibit, Cherokee Voices from the Civil War, will be closing on January 3, 2015. The exhibit focuses on life at home, on the battleground, and from a […]
Our friends at the Cherokee County Historical Society have a couple of special presentations for us in October. We hope you’ll be able to enjoy them both. Everyday Life: Demonstrations of 19th Century Tools and Skills for Everyday Living Canton Tourism, Inc., Around About Media, and the Joe E. Johnston Foundation have joined hands to bring […]
From now until the end of 2014, the Cherokee County History Museum host the temporary exhibit “Cherokee Voices from the Civil War.” The story of Cherokee County during the Civil War is told using quotes and first-hand accounts gleaned from original letters, court documents and publications. The exhibit focuses on life at home, on the […]
The Cherokee County Historical Society honored four historic property owners on Friday, March 21, 2014, for their outstanding work in historic preservation. The Historical Society feels that it is important for communities to retain and honor these historic sites, because it gives residents a sense of place, which is critical in maintaining a unique identity in […]
The Cherokee County Historical Society is seeking nominations for their 2014 Historic Preservation Awards until March 3rd. Historic sites or structures must be at least 50 years old and should exhibit outstanding success in historic preservation. Owners of recently rehabilitated properties or those that have been carefully maintained over the years are encouraged to apply. The […]