The Qualla Boundary was once a hideout for Native Americans who refused to leave the Great Smokies during the Native American removals in 1838. Today, the North Carolina Cherokee still compete in bowmanship and blowgun contests, play the ancient game of Indian Ball, and participate in other native games and dances. The area also is home to a museum with the largest collection of artifacts of the Cherokee nation, the Oconaluftee Indian Village, and the nightly Unto the Hills outdoor drama.

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Away Travel Expert: Candyce H. Stapen
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Highways 441 and 19
Cherokee, North Carolina 28719

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Telephone Number: (828) 497-2111
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