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Located on the Hiwassee River, in North Carolina, the Peachtree Indian Mound and Village is home to a marker that signifies this area as not only an occupation point of local Cherokee Native Americans but also a location visited by De Soto during the Spanish Expedition of 1540. Two archaeological excavations have produced numerous finds indicating a continued Cherokee population from 1300 AD through 1540.