About Kituwa

Historic, Archaeology, Interesting Places, Other Archaeological Sites

The Cherokee believe the ancient settlement of Kituwa (also spelled Kituwah, Keetoowah, Kittowa, Kitara and other similar variations) or giduwa (Cherokee:ᎩᏚᏩ), on the Tuckasegee River is their original settlement and is one of the "seven mother towns" in the Southeast. It is in Swain County, North Carolina, in the Great Smoky Mountains, near present-day Bryson City.

Source From: Wikipedia
391, Carringer Street, Swain County, North Carolina, United States of America, 28713

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