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John Ross Home

The John Ross Home is a two-story log home of John Ross, principal chief of the Cherokees. Built by his grandfather in 1779, the house was Ross' home when the Cherokee government was formed. He moved to the Rome area in 1826, afterward to Red Clay, Tennessee, and then to the Indian Territory in Oklahoma. The John Ross Home is open every day but Wednesday, May 1 to September 30.

For more information, call Larry Rose at 706-861-3954.

John Ross Home

 

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Georgia Council on American Indian Concerns
c/o Historic Preservation Division
Georgia Department of Natural Resources
2610 GA Hwy 155, SW, Stockbridge, GA 30281
Telephone: 770.389.7864
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