Piedmont American Indian Association - Native American organization in Gray Court SC

Piedmont American Indian Association

Piedmont American Indian Association was chartered on April 24, 1984.

The Piedmont American Indian Association Lower Eastern Cherokee Nation SC is made up of Cherokee families who have called these hills, valleys, lakes, streams, and rivers home for many years. As far as the eye can see, this was our home. The Bryants, Arrowoods, Hayes, Hammitts, Crowe, and Adams are a few of the families that have had family members living in this area since the first white contact with the Cherokees in the 1540's. Among these hills our blood runs deep with our culture and heritage. It's not so much in what you say; it's what you feel in your heart...

We are still here today and the Tribe is still growing. We are busy working with the other eleven Tribes and Groups to help promote a better understanding between the state of South Carolina and its Native People.

Mission Statement
To Promote: Native American Heritage and Culture in Abbeville, Anderson, Cherokee, Edgefield, Greenville, Greenwood, Laurens, McCormick, Newberry, Oconee, Pickens, Saluda, Spartanburg, and Union counties and what is referred to as the Piedmont Region of South Carolina; To enable Native American people in the covered area to engage in self-help projects for mutual aid and collective advancement;

To Promote: self-government of the Piedmont American Indian Association; and to engage cooperative projects with other Indian organization located in the state as to further the general welfare of Indian people throughout South Carolina.

3688 Warrior Creek Church Road
Gray Court, SC 29645

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