Chief Vann House Historic Site

JUNE 2013

We started the summer season with a visit to Chief James Vann House Historic Site. During the 1790s, James Vann became a Cherokee Indian leader and wealthy businessman. He established the largest and most prosperous plantation in the Cherokee Nation, covering 1,000 acres of what is now Murray County. In 1804 he completed construction of a beautiful 2 ½-story brick home that was the most elegant in the Cherokee Nation. The house is situated on 109 acres.

Raise the hood, check the oil & water the car. See you next time!

Paula Vopelak - Vice President

Members on Trip

Linda and Norman Penfield

Paula and Russ Vopelak

Carolyn and Bill Fallis

Darlene and Bud Neidig

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