Prehistoric cultural affiliation(s) include Late Archaic, Native American and Early 19th C Industrial dating back to 2999 BC.
The famous person Sevier, John and et al. is associated with one of more of the Cherokee County historic places.
Some of the country's most noteable architects helped create the Cherokee County places including Mead & White Mckim, Henry (NPS) Howser, Civilian Conservation Corps, Leander Baker, Ramus Wadkins, Arthur W. Hamby, S.A. Miller, Jubilee Lovelace and Victor I. Spurgeon. Prominent architectural styles found in Cherokee Country are Classical Revival, Bungalow/Craftsman and Gothic.