Chief White Path's Cabin

18th Century CabinTake a tour of the former home of Cherokee Indian Chief White Path. The White Path cabin was built in 1780 near present day Ellijay, Georgia. Chief White Path helped organize the removal of the Cherokee from North Georgia, which is known as the "Trail of Tears."

Learn more about Chief White Path and his leadership of the Cherokee by visiting the cabin at the Northeast Georgia History Center.

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