Traveling Exhibits

The Museum of the Cherokee Indian has produced several traveling exhibits for use around the world.

Emissaries of Peace: 250th Anniversary Traveling Exhibition

This scaled down version of Emissaries of Peace includes 14 vinyl panels, two AV installations, two life-sized two dimensional figures and an audio installation.  Publications and programs may be included at your location.

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Trail of Tears Photo Exhibit

Photographs of contemporary sites on the Trail of Tears, text by Duane King, Ph.D., along with a life-sized reproduction of the protest roll of 15,562 signatures.

Requirements: About 200 linear feet or less. Coffee table book available for retail. Crates already created to minimize shipping costs. Installation by your crew. Loan fee on request.

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All My Relations

Forty black and white photographs of contemporary Cherokee people by award-winning Eastern Band artist Shan Goshorn. From Museum Archives.

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