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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cherokee County, Oklahoma

 
Clickable Map of Cherokee County, Oklahoma and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Cherokee County, OK (8) Adair County, OK (1) Delaware County, OK (3) Mayes County, OK (14) Muskogee County, OK (37) Sequoyah County, OK (3) Wagoner County, OK (15)  CherokeeCounty(8) Cherokee County (8)  AdairCounty(1) Adair County (1)  DelawareCounty(3) Delaware County (3)  MayesCounty(14) Mayes County (14)  MuskogeeCounty(37) Muskogee County (37)  SequoyahCounty(3) Sequoyah County (3)  WagonerCounty(15) Wagoner County (15)
Tahlequah is the county seat for Cherokee County
Adjacent to Cherokee County, Oklahoma
      Adair County (1)  
      Delaware County (3)  
      Mayes County (14)  
      Muskogee County (37)  
      Sequoyah County (3)  
      Wagoner County (15)  
 
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1Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Park Hill — Park Hill
On South Muskogee Avenue (U.S. 62) 0.1 miles north of Crestwood Drive, on the right when traveling north.
Center of Cherokee culture was one mile east on Park Hill Creek; Home of Chief John Ross, Samuel Austin Worcester, Elias Boudinot, other pioneers and The Mission Press which printed millions of pages for the benefit of the Cherokee people nearly . . . Map (db m52751) HM
2Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Park Hill — 66 — Park Hill Press
On South Muskogee Avenue (U.S. 62) 0.1 miles north of Crestwood Drive, on the right when traveling north.
Established July, 1837, Rev. S.A. Worcester, Supt. Over 25 million pages were printed in Indian languages and in English by 1861. Printers and translators were John F. Wheeler, John W. Candy, Edwin Archer, Stephen Foreman. Near site are graves of . . . Map (db m52755) HM
3Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Park Hill — 67 — Riley's Chapel
On South Muskogee Avenue (U.S. 62) 0.1 miles north of Crestwood Drive, on the right when traveling north.
First Annual Indian Mission Conference of the Methodist Church was held in Oklahoma at Riley's Chapel, Oct. 23, 1844, Bishop Thomas A. Morris presiding. Conference area was west to the Rocky Mts., east to Ark.-Mo. line. Rev. Thomas Bertholf, . . . Map (db m52757) HM
4Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Park Hill — Trail of Tears
Near South Keeler Drive, 0.3 miles south of East Willis Road (County Route D0790), on the left when traveling south.
(front) The United States Government, unable to conclude an agreement with the duly authorized leaders of the Cherokee Nation, signed a treaty with a minority faction willing to cede the last remaining portion of the original Cherokee . . . Map (db m77932) HM
5Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Tahlequah — Billy B. Walkabout
On Cottonwood Street, 0.1 miles south of Muskogee Avenue (U.S. 62), on the left when traveling south.
Distinguished Service Cross awarded to Billy B. Walkabout for action on Nov. 20, 1968 VietnamMap (db m108895) WM
6Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Tahlequah — Cherokee Warrior MemorialAll Gave Some, Some Gave All
On Cottonwood Street, 0.1 miles south of Muskogee Avenue (U.S. 62), on the left when traveling south.
(front) A grateful Cherokee Nation dedicates this memorial to all men and women, both living and dead, who have defended their families their people and their homeland (rear) These names are carved in stone forever so that . . . Map (db m108886) WM
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7Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Tahlequah — Jack C. Montgomery
On Cottonwood Street, 0.1 miles south of Muskogee Avenue (U.S. 62), on the left when traveling south.
Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to Jack C. Montgomery for action on Feb. 22, 1944 WW IIMap (db m108893) WM
8Oklahoma, Cherokee County, Tahlequah — John Noah Reese, Jr.
On Cottonwood Street, 0.1 miles south of Muskogee Avenue (U.S. 62), on the left when traveling south.
Congressional Medal of Honor awarded to John Noah Reese, Jr. for action on Feb. 9, 1945 WW IIMap (db m108894) WM
 
 
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Feb. 3, 2023