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Let's Give Native History The Recognition It Deserves


Help us accomplish our mission - we can't do it without you

Why should you donate to the Native History Association? Our organization formed in 2012, and since then we have:

We have plans and ambitions to do more. For example, we want to continue to help promote the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail in Tennessee. We want to expand our web site (which we develop and maintain ourselves), and develop print and other electronic media publications, as well as educational software.

If you think what the Native History Association has accomplished so far is worthwhile and you'd like to see us continue these efforts, please consider making a donation. Any amount is sincerely appreciated.

Another way you can support us is to spread the word about what we're doing - like us on Facebook and share some of our posts, and tell anyone you think might be interested in what we're doing to vist our web site. That would be a huge help and also truly appreciated.

The Native History Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization amd all donations and membership dues are tax deductible.

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Click the "Donate" button below to make a donation. We use Paypal to handle our online donations, so you'll be able to log in to your Paypal account if you have one, or use a credit card if you prefer. You'll be able to enter any amount you wish to contribute, and all donations are sincerely appreciated.

The name appearing on your credit card statement will be PAYPAL *NATIVEHISTO. Paypal charges a processing fee of 2.2% + $0.30 for each donation so, for example, from a $10 donation we would receive $9.48 ($10 - $0.22 - $0.30 = $9.48).


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Shiloh Mound

Mississippian Platform Mound At Shiloh National Military Park In West Tennessee.

The mound above is on a bluff overlooking the Tennessee River.

Below is a view from the top of the mound.

Tennessee River