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The Chief Vann House Historic Site is a state park, historic site, and recreation area in Chatsworth, Georgia. It features the Chief Vann House, dubbed as the ?Showplace of the Cherokee Nation?.

The Chief Vann House is best noted for being one of the best preserved Cherokee plantation homes in the country. It was built in 1803 for James Vann, a chief and wealthy businessman in the Cherokee Nation. It has two stories, a blacksmith shop, 42 slave cabins, 6 barns, 6 smokehouses, and a trading post among thousands of various kinds of trees.

Today, the Chief Vann House Historic Site contains various structures open to the public. All of which contribute to the aims to educate the public about the history of the Cherokee Nation and the past of the Native Americans in general.
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