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Our mission is simple, build a Museum and Education Center fashioned in the traditional seven sided council house,and to share the Cherokee Culture that is oriented toward children that will feature interactive displays and living history displays and that takes you on a journey back in time. Drawing of the Museum design can be found by clicking here

Phase One of the Museum is now open. Stop by and take a look at local artifacts as well many displays and a diorama.We have educational items in the Gift Shop including items relating to Dahlonega's Cherokee History.

Phase Two has begun, at our museum property located on Highway 115, This is The Yahoola Museum Demonstration Area, it is used to show a full size ceremonial ground also known as Stomp ground, to show medicinal plants and trees, and to demonstrate weapons and hunting instruments. We hope we can provide a map if we can get Google to approve it.


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  1. Held First powwow in Dahlonega Yahoola Spring Powwow in March of 2011
  2. Five acres donated for Museum Site in November of 2011.
  3. Successfully had Cherokee Syllabary added to New City of Dahlonega Logo in January of 2011 Picture of Seal.
  4. Taught 400+ Hall County School Children at North Georgia College in March of 2012
  5. Held 2nd Annual Yahoola Spring Powwow in March of 2012
  6. Opened satelite Museum at 11 South Grove Street, to generate building funds for 5 acre site
  7. Built demonstration area to show stomp ground, medicinal plants, trees, and demonstrate weapons and hunting implements.
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