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Archeological site[ edit ] The historic Cherokee people occupied an existing site here that had initially been developed in the shush escorts carmichael by an ancestral culture. Cowee has been described as one of lxkemont best-preserved South Appalachian Mississippian culture sites in western North Carolina and has an earthwork platform mound.
In the largest centers, seekinng contrast, such as Cahokia and Etowah Indian Moundsthe Mississippian culture people built multiple mounds and expressed more stratified levels of social and political hierarchy. They are believed to have migrated from the Great Lakes area, where other Iroquoian-speaking peoples are based, and to have been in this homeland in the Southeast for more than 1, years.
When the Cherokee occupied this area, they are believed to have built a large townhouse or council house on top of the mound, which was their form of public architecture. It held the sacred flame of the people.
Escorts elmsford tacoma needed, the townhouse would be replaced and the mound repaired, gradually becoming larger in circumference. Large enough to hold hundreds of people, the townhouse was a place for the community to gather. In the s, the Valentine brothers caused extensive laddies to at least eight ancient mounds in Haywood, Swain, Jackson and Cherokee counties.
They roughly excavated and looted them, seeking artifacts for the museum of their father, Mann S. Valentine, in Richmond, Virginia. Luckily they did not get to the secluded Cowee Mound, which has been well preserved as a result.
It is now protected from development by conservation easements. Cowee was attacked by colonial Patriot forces during the war. During and after the revolution, the Cherokee fought a series of actions in the Chickamauga territory to evict encroaching European-American settlers.
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Ownership transfer[ edit ] In the s, after most of the Cherokee were removed to Indian Territory west of the Mississippi Riverthe Hall family acquired property including this site. The Halls held the land for years, and refused to allow private archaeological access to the main platform mound and former village area.
Certain conservation and preservation easements are held by the state. Descendants of Cherokee who remained in this area after removal, and the only federally recognized tribe in North Carolina, the EBCI have also worked to acquire other important Cherokee sites in their historic homeland.
By the EBCI succeeded in gaining control of Nikwasi and Watauga mounds, the visible remnants of once-large historic Cherokee and ancestral towns at these sites. They formed the non-profit Nikwasi Initiative and worked with Geprgia Conservation Trust to achieve this. They are planning to highlight these three sites on the "Nikwasi Escort and massage, a corridor to be highlighted seeoing the Little Tennessee River.
The tribe and local organizations are collaborating to develop this area for recreation, education, and heritage tourism related to these important sacred sites.