We were honored to memorialize the historic meeting of the two chiefs of the Cherokee Nations when Eastern and Western Band leaders met at Chatsworth, Georgia for a ceremony to reconsecrate the burial grounds found at Springplace Mission that had been desecrated. The Vann House sat on a 1,000 acre plantation belonging to an early wealthy Cherokee, named James Vann, prior to the Great Removal. It has been called the “Showplace of the Cherokee Nation”. Vann family Trail of Tear descendants traveled from Oklahoma to attend the ceremony.