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Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center


category : Museums
Celebrate culture of Indians who inhabited Chattahoochee Valley. Includes stickball field, sacred fire sculpture, interpretive plaques, interpretive trail, names of Indians removed west in 1830s.


Admission: Free
Hours: Open sunup-sundown.
Address: Fort Mitchell Co. Park, AL Hwy. 165

Phone: 334-687-9755
Fax: 334-687-6631

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Chattahoochee Indian Heritage Center

Celebrate culture of Indians who inhabited Chattahoochee Valley. Includes stickball field, sacred fire sculpture, interpretive plaques, interpretive trail, names of Indians removed west in 1830

Fort Mitchell, AL Museums

Fort Mitchell National Cemetery

Final resting place for U.S. military veterans, including WWI and Desert Storm victims. In 1836-37, Indians were brought here for removal to Oklahoma, making Ft. Mitchell an origin point for "Trail of Tears."

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