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1823 Nashville
Toll Bridge Site
1823 Nashville Toll Bridge
Located in downtown Nashville, TN.

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Native American History Is Everyone's Heritage

We Invite You To Explore Yours - We're Here To Help


Visit A Native Historic Site

Tennessee has many historic sites related to Native history - museum exhibits, parks featuring remnants of ancient town sites, places where significant events took place, historic hiking and driving trails, and more.

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Take A Guided Tour

Mound Bottom Tour Group 11/17/2012

We offer free, professionally guided tours of Native historical sites in Middle Tennessee. Click here for the next scheduled tour.

Learn About Native History

Learn About Native History Origins The Paleo Period The Archaic Period The Woodland Period In Middle Tennessee The Mississippian Period In Middle Tennessee The Early Historic Period In Middle Tennessee Dragging Canoe and The Chickamauga Cherokees

For an overview of Middle Tennessee's Native American history, other articles, and a list of Native History links click here.

Need A Speaker For Your Group?

Native History Association President Pat Cummins Tells A Cherokee Story Native History Association Presentation Display

We'll come to your location in Middle Tennessee. We could talk for hours about Native history, but we'll stop when you ask us. This service is free. Contact us for details.

The 1823 Nashville Toll Bridge Site

We have made another significant discovery on the Trail of Tears route, this time right in the middle of downtown Nashville, and need your help to protect and preserve this amazing cultural resource. Click here for details.

We Now Have 501(c)3 Status!

Thanks to your generosity we were able to pay the filing fee early this year and we were granted 501(c)3 status by the IRS this summer. Donations and membership dues are now tax deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Service code.

Native History Association T-Shirts

Native History Association T-Shirt

Show your support by wearing a Native History Association T-shirt. All proceeds help fund our programs to promote Native American history.

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Glass Mounds

Woodland Period Burial Mound At The Glass Mounds Site, Franklin, Tennessee