Junction US-62 and SH-59
Known as Bread Town by Cherokees, Bacone College in Muskogee is an outgrowth of this mission.
Stilwell Chamber of Commerce
419 S. 2nd, 74960
Cherokee Nation Bingo Outpost
West Siloam Springs
Hwy-412 and SH-59
Cherokee Nation Gift Shop
Prints, Pottery, Baskets, Jewelry, Souvenirs.
Tahlequah, Hwy-62 S.
Oklahoma's First Newspaper
101 S. Muskogee, Cherokee Square
The Cherokee Advocate 1884 Monument
US-62, 1.5 miles South
October 23, 1844, first annual Indian Mission Conference of Methodist Church
Cherokee Heritage Center
Three miles S. of Tahlequah
Cherokee National Museum, Ancient Village, Adams Corner, and Trail of Tears Drama.
Cherokee Nation Tribal Complex
Three miles south of Tahlequah on US-62
Headquarters of the Cherokee Tribe; tours available on request.
John Vaughan Library
(918) 456-5511, Ext. 3200
Native American Research Collection
Three miles south of Tahlequah on SH-62
Shows life of affluent Cherokees in the 1800's.
Northeastern State University
Some say visitors can still hear the laughter of lovely, young Cherokee women in the halls and classrooms of the Cherokee National Female Seminary, now called Seminary Hall, located in the center of NSU campus.
Northeastern State University Center for Tribal Studies
320 Academy St, 74464
Tahlequah Area Chamber of Commerce
123 E. Delaware St, 74464
College Ave. & Choctaw,
P.O. Box 1449, Tahlequah, 74465
Historical home, on National Register of Historic Places, historical dramatic performances.
Cherokee National Capitol Building
Erected in 1870, houses the Cherokee Nation court system and election board.
Cherokee Supreme Court Building
Tahlequah, Keetoowah St. and Water Ave.
Built in 1844 is the oldest government building in Oklahoma.
124 E. Choctaw St., 74464
Built in 1874 as the Cherokee National Prison. Now a Cherokee research library.
Lake Tenkiller Association
P.O.Box Ten-K, Cookson, 74427
Vinita Chamber of Commerce
104 E Illinois, 74301
Watie and Ridge
On SH-10, north of SH-25
Stand Watie and John Ridge signed 1835 treaty for the Cherokee removal from Georgia to Indian Territory.
New Springplace and Morvaian Mission at Oaks
Closed during Civil War after missionary J. Ward, a Cherokee, was killed by Cherokees loyal to the Union.
Grove Chamber of Commerce
104 W. 3rd, 74344
Delaware County Historical Museum
Community Center, Jay, 74346
Indian artifacts, country store, & period rooms.
Jay Chamber of Commerce
Bernice Chamber of Commerce
Seven miles south of Junction US-59 & SH-125
P.O.Box 3807, 74331
Talbot Library & Museum
406 S. Colcord Ave, Colcord, 74338
Natural History, Indian Artifacts, research & lending library.
Adair Chamber of Commerce
P.O.Box 215, 74350
Coo-y-Yah County Museum
P.O.Box 981, Pryor, 74362
Battle of Locust Grove 1862
US-412, Pipe Spring Park
Federal troops surprised Confederate troops and captured their heavy supplies and officers.
Cabin Creek Battle Field
US-69 north of Patton
Confederate force of 2,000 captured 130 wagon convoy with supplies worth 1.5 million.
Battle of Cabin Creek
2.5 miles north of Pensacola
Monument to Civil War Battle of Cabin Creek.
Chouteau Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 332, 74337
Locust Grove Chamber of Commerce
P.O.Box 525, 74352
Willard Stone Museum
One mile east on US-412, Locust Grove
South Grand Lake Chamber of Commerce
P.O.Box 215, Langley 74350
Fort Gibson Military Park
One mile north of town on SH-80
Built in 1824 to protect the Cherokee from the Osage tribe. The reconstructed stockade houses displays and restored 1870 furnished barracks.
Fort Gibson Military Cemetary
One mile east of city off US-62
Graves of early explorers, pioneers, veterans of every war. Cherokee wife of Sam Houston, Tiana Rogers, is buried in the Officers Circle. Only military cemetary in Oklahoma.
Hwy-62 & Hwy-16
Founded in 1880 as a Cherokee Baptist Mission and is the oldest institution of higher education in the state of Oklahoma.
Muskogee Chamber of Commerce
425 Boston, 74401
Ataloa Lodge Museum
Bacone College, Hwy-62 & Hwy-16
Indian artifacts, Kachina doll collection, pottery, baskets and gifts.
Warner Chamber of Commerce
P.O.Box 9, 74469
Connors State College Student Union, Warner, 74469
Fossils, Rocks, and Indian Artifacts
Battle of Webbers Falls Park
P.O.Box Webbers Falls, 74470
Webber Falls Chamber of Commerce
P.O.Box 216, 74470
Cherokee Dixieland Museum
South Coffeyville Convention & Visitors Bureau
807 Walnut, 74072
Nowata Chamber of Commerce
126 S. Maple, 74048
Nowata County Historical Museum
121 S. Pine
More than 40, 000 artifacts belong to Nowata County citizens.
P.O. Box 545, Miami, 74355
Miami Chamber of Commerce
P.O. Box 760, 74355
State Traveler Information Center
Will Rogers Turnpike
Claremore Chamber of Commerce
419 W. Will Rogers, 74017
Will Rogers Memorial
1720 W. Will Rogers, Claremore
Honors Oklahoma's favorite son. Family movies shown daily.
Oologah Chamber of Commerce
105 S. Maple, 74053
Oologah Historical Museum
Maple & Cooweescoowee, 74053
Oologah Lake Tourism Association
Will Rogers Birthplace
Dog Iron Ranch, Hwy-169
Will Rogers' boyhood home by Lake Oologah
Site of the Cooweescoowee Court House 1867.
Burned just before statehood.
Catoosa Chamber of Commerce
650 S. Cherokee, 74015
Near Catoosa is Lookout Hill where confederate Indians kept watch over Verdigris Ford from 1861-65.
Cherokee Nation Bingo Outpost
Northeastern Oklahoma’s Premier Entertainment Center.
Catoosa, I-44 & 193rd Ave.
Spiro Mounds Archaeological State Park
Rt.2, six miles northeast of Spiro, 74992
Sallisaw Chamber of Commerce
111 N. Elm, Box 251, 74955
11 Miles north of Sallisaw
1829 Cherokee mission boarding school.
Cherokee Nation Gift Shop
I-40, Exit 308
Sculptures, Pottery, Silverwork, Baskets, Jewelry and Souvenirs
Sequoyah's Home Site
Home of the inventor of the Cherokee Alphabet
On US-64, 3 Miles east of Gore
Western Cherokee Capital, 1829-39
Serves as a Tourist Information Center, Museum and Gift Shop
Gore Chamber of Commerce
PO. Box 970, 74435
State Travelers Information Center
On I-40, 17 miles west of the Oklahoma/Arkansas boarder near Sallisaw.
Collinsville Chamber of Commerce
P.O.Box 245, 74021
Tulsa Chamber of Commerce
616 S. Boston, 74119
Wagoner Chamber of Commerce
214 E Cherokee,
P, 0. Box 247, 74477
Bartlesville Area Historical Museum
Sixth St & Johnstone St
Bartlesville Visitor Information Center
1400 S. E. Washington
Woolaroc Wildlife Refuge & Museum
Bartlesville, 14 miles southwest on SH-123
Cherokee Nation, Economic & Business
Development Department. P.O.Box 948, Tahlequah, OK 74465.
Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation, 2401 N. Lincoln Blvd., 505 Will Rogers Building, Oklahoma City, OK 73105, (800) 652-6552