New Echota Spring 2014 Newsletter

Here you will find a beautiful area and a rich history. New Echota State Historic Site in Calhoun, Georgia offers a wonderful opportunity visit 12 original and reconstructed buildings holding the history of the Cherokee Indians, including the Council House, Court House, Print Shop, Missionary Samuel Worcester's home, and an 1805 store, as well as outbuildings such as smoke houses, corn cribs and barns.

Friends of New Echota can be found assisting the site in preserving this rich history and helping maintain the nature trail and grounds.  Learn more about this site and its Friends chapter by clicking on the newsletter link below.