The Cherokee Trader.

The Cherokee Trader

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Cherokee, North Carolina

The Cherokee Trader gift shop was built by Lois Queen Farthing, the matriarch of Cherokee tourism, who led its 1950s expansion from a remote craft town to a full-blown tourist destination. The shop is still owned by Lois's family, and they keep its elaborate neon sign in good repair. It was installed in 1964.

The Cherokee Trader

Address:
1136 Tsali Blvd, Cherokee, NC
Directions:
East side of US Hwy 441/Tsali Blvd, a little over a mile north of its intersection with US Hwy 19 in Cherokee.
Phone:
828-497-9333
Admission:
Free
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