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TAHLEQUAH — Discover the history of the Cherokee Advocate newspaper and explore odd stories and occurrences reported from 1844 to 1906.

The “Oddities of the Cherokee Advocate” exhibit runs through Nov. 24 and features original excerpts from the paper, alongside work from Cherokee artists complementing their favorite stories.


Originally built in 1844, the Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum is Oklahoma’s oldest public building. The 1,950-square-foot museum features exhibits on three historic aspects: the Cherokee National Judicial System, the Cherokee Advocate and Cherokee Phoenix newspapers, and the Cherokee language, with a variety of historical items, including photos, stories, objects and furniture. Touch screen kiosks offer visitors documentary style learning on various legal topics as well as teaching conversational Cherokee.

Cherokee Nation museums are open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

For information on Cherokee Nation Cultural Tourism, including museum operations, please call (877) 779-6977 or visit www.VisitCherokeeNation.com.

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