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Cherokee County (North Carolina)

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Cherokee County (North Carolina)

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Cherokee County [1] is the western-most county in North Carolina. Many people mistakenly believe that the Cherokee Indian Reservation (better described as the Qualla Boundary) is located in Cherokee County, but actually it is located in Swain County. Cherokee County, however, is located about in the center of the traditional Cherokee territory and was named in their honor.



  • Murphy is the the county seat, the largest town in the county, and the westernmost town in the state.
  • Andrews is located about 15 miles north-east of Murphy and is the gateway to the Nantahala Gorge and the Nantahala River.

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