Editor’s note: This article ran in the March 8 Kingsport Times News Progress Edition.
Stonewolf Moore spent his final day in this world Saturday telling his people’s story on the land he loved – the land that was once ruled by his direct ancestor Chief Dragging Canoe.
What surprises many people who have taken the “Colonial Christmas” tour at the Amis Historic Site near Rogersville is how much history is contained in that 238-year-old house.
Tennessee State Historian Dr. Carroll Van West believes Rogersville's Amis Mill Historic Site can play a big role in the state's observances of the national Semiquincentennial in 2026, but first a lot of study and planning needs to take place.
PHOTO GALLERY: The fourth annual Native American Gathering was founded in 2016 by full-blooded Chickamauga Cherokee Stonewolf Moore after a chance meeting with property owners Jake and Wendy Jacobs.