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American Indian Museum


From 2007 until 2012, Eddie served as the director of the infamous outdoor drama UNTO THESE HILLS.  If you haven't seen it in a while, we suggest you make plans to visit Cherokee and see it again.  There have been many changes since he became the director.  

Since 2007, Eddie has been  coaching the cross country runners at the middle and high school in Cherokee.   (He was "ALL CONFERENCE" himself, in high school!)  In 2012, he left his position with "Unto These Hills" and began coaching full time. They have done, and continue to do extremely well under his guidance!  Congratulations to all his runners!!

Eddie can now be found on Facebook via the link on the left. If you send a friend request or message him, please be patient, because his schedule is very busy.  He will respond to you as soon as possible.  

                 Past Interesting News Items

In 2007,  Eddie auditioned for, and got a part in a new PBS film about the Cherokee in the 1700's.  He played  one of the Cherokee leaders who meet at Lake Timberlake, then later go to England to meet the King.  A large part of this movie was filmed in Williamsburg, Virginia.

Eddie was asked to be the Assistant Director of the Outdoor Drama UNTO THESE HILLS for the 2007 season.  The play will run from June 8th until August 18th, every night except Sundays.


In 2006, both Eddie and Regina began appearing in the wonderful outdoor Drama UNTO THESE HILLS  in Cherokee this season. The play has been completely redone to depict a more accurate story and will include traditional dances choreographed with Eddie's help. 

In 2005,  Eddie began doing voice over work for the "Lifeword" minisitries radio spots. 

Eddie played the role of John Ross, one of the early Cherokee Chiefs, during the time of the forced removal. This was a documentary made by The History Channel.

In Sept. 2004, In Washington DC,  Eddie appeared with Keith Secola and his Wild Band Of Indians, during the Grand Opening celebration for the Smithsonian's AMERICAN INDIAN MUSEUM.  (See Pictures from the event on the right.) Eddie had the crowd of several thousand on their feet, cheering and applauding with his outstanding performance.   Wes Studi emceed the evening's celebration, and the gifted Star Nayea was among the other performers.

American Indian  Museum Opening
Sept. 2004

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