Partners in Cherokee Heritage Development

Relationships are essential for success of any non-profit community project. CCH Historical Society has worked with the following agencies on the development of the heritage center as well as the outdoor exhibit/greenway.

• Center for Historic Preservation at Middle Tennessee State University
• City of Charleston
• Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce Tourism Development Division
• Cherokee Nation
• Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indian
• National Park Service Intermountain Trails Division
• Trail of Tears Association (National and Tennessee)
• Recreation Trails Program Federal
• TN Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC)
• Southeast Tennessee Development District
• Frank McClung Museum at University of Tennessee
• Red Clay State Historic Park
• Volunteer Energy Cooperative
• Lee University
• Cleveland State Community College
• Cleveland/Bradley County Greenway Board
• Bradley County Government
• Tennessee Department of Tourist Development
• Southeast Tennessee Tourism Association
• United Way of Ocoee Region