The Museum of the Cherokee Indian will go digital — among other changes — as it tries to expand research and outreach opportunities. The Cherokee Preservation Foundation already has raised $1.9 million for an expansion that will add an 8,500-square-foot education and research wing. It has pledged to match any additional donations toward the $2.35 million project.
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