Cherokee Lodge, 1877, Rome

One of the most impressive public structures in Rome, the old Cherokee Masonic Lodge No. 66 was built to replace a lodge burned by Union soldiers during the Civil War. It served the fraternal organization until 2006.

Between the Rivers Historic District, National Register of Historic Places

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