Site Of The Week:
1823 Nashville
Toll Bridge Site
1823 Nashville Toll Bridge
Located in downtown Nashville, TN.

News & Events:

Facebook logo
Support The Native History Association With AmazonSmile

Join Us

Everyone Is Welcome To Join - You Do Not Have To Be Native American

If you would like to help our efforts to promote Native history please consider joining the Native History Association as a supporting member. By joining you'll help support all of our free public programs such as guided tours of Native historical sites, presentations to school groups and other organizations, our web site, and all of our other work to promote Native American history. The Native History Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization amd all donations and membership dues are tax deductible.

All Native History Association members receive our quarterly newsletter, your name on our web site (if you would like to have it listed - Click Here for details), a 3" Native History Association sticker, and a discount on Native History Association merchandise. Our merchandise will be available soon and will include T-shirts, caps, coffee mugs, and other items.

In addition to the above, Level 2 members receive a Native History Association bumper sticker. Also, some of our tours will be limited to 10 people or less and you will get first chance at reserving a spot on these tours.

Level 3 members also get the option to schedule a personal guided tour of your choice of one of the Native American historical sites on our Middle Tennessee list. You can choose to take the tour alone or bring a group of up to 5 people. This level also gets you a Native History Association T-Shirt - white with our full color logo, 8 inches high in the center of the shirt. There is an additional charge if you would like a XX, XXX, or XXXX shirt.

Payments: We use Paypal to handle our online payments, but you don't need a Paypal account to join or donate. After you click the "Pay Now" or "Donate" button, just choose the "Don't have a PayPal account?" option on the payment page if you prefer to use a credit card.


Our Membership Levels Are:

(All memberships are good for one year from the date that you join)

Level 1 - Native History 'Buff': $10 - quarterly newsletter, your name on our web site (tell us if you would like to have it listed in the "List Your Name On Our Web Site" box when checking out), NHA sticker, 5 % off merchandise (merchandise available soon).

The name appearing on your credit card statement will be PAYPAL *NATIVEHISTO.


Level 2 - Native History 'Lover': $20 - quarterly newsletter, your name on our web site (tell us if you would like to have it listed in the "List Your Name On Our Web Site" box when checking out), first chance at limited space tours, NHA sticker, NHA bumper sticker, 10 % off merchandise (merchandise available soon).

The name appearing on your credit card statement will be PAYPAL *NATIVEHISTO.


Level 3 - Native History 'Fanatic': $50 - quarterly newsletter, your name on our web site (tell us if you would like to have it listed in the "List Your Name On Our Web Site" box when checking out), first chance at limited space tours, 1 personal guided tour for you or your group of up to 5, NHA sticker, NHA bumper sticker, NHA T-Shirt, 15 % off merchandise (merchandise available soon). Note there is an additional charge if you would like a XX, XXX, or XXXX shirt. Be Sure to choose your shirt size from the drop down menu.

Size: Choose One

The name appearing on your credit card statement will be PAYPAL *NATIVEHISTO.


To Donate Without Joining

If you would like to make a donation without joining click the "Donate" button below. You'll be able to enter any amount you wish to contribute, and all donations are sincerely appreciated. We use Paypal to handle our online payments, but you don't need a Paypal account to donate. After you click the "Donate" button just choose the "Don't have a PayPal account?" option on the payment page if you prefer to use a credit card.



Questions?

If you have any questions, please Click Here to send us an email.

LineTop

Victory Memorial Bridge

Victory Memorial Bridge in Nashville, at the place where the Cherokee crossed the Cumberland River on the Trail of Tears.