Macon County Cherokee Heritage

Princess Tsianina

Princess Tsianina (Cha-nee-na) Wild Flower / Photo by Clarence Ellsworth, Library of Congress Call Number: X-33901

Grade Level: Grade 4

Subjects: Social Studies, Art, English, Healthful Living, Information Skills

By Judy Lightner

South Macon Elementary – Macon County Schools

This unit focuses on the presence of a large ancient Cherokee Indian village which was located in Cowee Valley, a community in Franklin, North Carolina. The lesson is integrated into Language Arts, Social Studies, Physical Education and Art. Narrative writing is also part of the plan as an important focus in Fourth Grade.

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