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Sequoyah's Cabin Museum, Sallisaw

#10 of 41 in Historic Sites in Oklahoma
History Museum · Historic Site
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  • Small museum full of history telling of the history of both Sequoyah and the Cherokee written language. A must education visit when near Sallisaw, well worth the detour.  more »
  • This is a historically interesting place, and it has a lovely little park for a picnic lunch & a walk around. Everyone we encountered was very friendly.  more »
  • We found it inspiring a man who made an incredible contribution for his people. Beautiful grounds and staff who were very knowledgeable and helpful. Well worth the stop.
  • As we took our time driving across the US, we learned an invaluable lesson. We had many potential stops planned along I-40 as we left CA and drove toward the Carolinas. Unfortunately, none of the major tourist books or blogs had anything listed for winter visits to this area so we had nothing planned. Getting tired of driving with no planned stops, I pulled out my cell phone and began to research things that happened in the area. Because of this, we discovered the 14 Flags Museum, the Cherokee Indian (Sequoyah) cabin of the father of the Cherokee Indian's written language, how people on the freeway died because a bridge was knocked out and people were driving off the freeway into the river, and about Fort Smith. We also discovered the little town where my husband's grandparents used to live and farm near when he was 5. On this December day, there were few visitors at the facility so we were able to view the facility and learn about this man's journey. It did not take a lot of time but when we left, we were glad we had stopped. The lesson? If you just look, there are all types of things that one may learn about and savor as you travel if you research a little and get off the freeway. I know we thoroughly enjoyed these unplanned stops.
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