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Published on Jun 1, 2012
"The Hayesville Cultural Heritage Site," a short documentary about the Cherokee Homestead Exhibit spearheaded by the Clay County Communities Revitalization Association (CCCRA). Produced by students in the courses "Directing the Documentary" and "Non-Linear Editing," part of the Motion Picture and Television Production Program at Western Carolina University. Christy Conyers: director, producer, editor; Abigail Taylor: producer, cinematographer, editor; Cassidy Buxom: composer. Documentary personalities: CCCRA volunteers Sandy Nicolette and Rob Tiger '73; Davy Arch, the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians (EBCI); and Jane Eastman, WCU associate professor of anthropology. The filmmakers give special thanks to CCCRA, Sandy Nicolette, Rob Tiger, Summer Eckert, Jane Eastman, Arledge Armenaki, Jack Sholder, David Bennett, Grant Hengeveld, Hayesville Middle School, EBCI, Davy Arch, Jennifer Cooper and the WCU Center for Service Learning.