A new museum. Check out the press release here.

“The historical significance of this event cannot be understated with this structure representing the oldest public building in Oklahoma and the site of the first sessions of the Cherokee National Supreme Court more than 165 years ago,” said [Chad Smith, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation]. “The Cherokee Nation’s commitment to preserving Oklahoma history and the Cherokee Nation legacy is important to all Oklahomans and especially vital to the people of the Cherokee Nation.”

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