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Celebrate culture of Native Americans who inhabited Chattahoochee Valley. Includes stickball field, sacred fire sculpture, interpretive plaques, interpretive trail, names of Native Americans removed west in 1830s.
One of 141 U.S. National Cemeteries for U.S. military veterans, including WWI and Desert Storm, and their spouses and dependent children.
1813 fort, 12-ft.-high palisade, log cabin, museum/visitors center with film, scenes and artifacts, tavern and carriage house, and Trading Post.
Located behind the Fort Mitchell Visitor's Center - The Indian Heritage Center site was the home of the Creek Indians for 10,000 years. The Sacred Fire Sculpture is our reminder of the Creek Indians who lived here.