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|Title||Folk Festival Planned At Indian Reservation (Page 2 of 2)|
|Date||July 12, 1937|
|Description||Continued from page 1 of 2 Article that reports on the transformation of the annual Cherokee Indian Fair into a folk festival. The article says that elements of the fair "foreign to Cherokee life" will be eliminated and replaced by more traditional events and displays. Also reports on the allocation of federal funding for several reservation projects--including construction of new buildings and the installation of modern kilns for pottery production.|
Location Name: Cherokee Indian Reservation
Parkway Milepost: None
|Creator Organization||Asheville Citizen Times|
Cherokee Indian Fall Festival Assoc.
Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians of North Carolina
Foght, Harold W.
|Credit||North Carolina Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill|