Sequoyah's Cabin

Sequoyah's Cabin 470288 Hwy 101
Sallisaw, OK 74955

Phone: 918-775-2413
Fax: 918-775-2413
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Sequoyah's Cabin in Sallisaw is an Oklahoma landmark that has been protected and preserved to give visitors an inside look at the life of this famous Cherokee man. Sequoyah is well known as a silversmith who developed the written alphabet for the Cherokee language. He built his one-room log cabin in 1829 and visitors will experience firsthand the work of Sequoyah to increase literacy within the Cherokee Nation. The cabin was enclosed in a protective native stone cover building in 1936 for future generations to experience its unique history.

At the museum today, Cherokee history and basics ...

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  • Facility Amenities: Gift Shop

  • General Information: Free admission

  • Group Amenities: Bus/Motorcoach Parking

  • Tour Information: Guided Tours

Day

Open

Close

Sunday

2:00 pm

5:00 pm

Tuesday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Wednesday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Thursday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Friday

9:00 am

5:00 pm

Saturday

2:00 pm

5:00 pm

Closed state holidays.

From I-40, take Sallisaw exit, then 3 miles N on Hwy 59, and 7 miles E on Hwy 101.

Primary Contact:

Jerry Dobbs




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From Martin Redbird on 05/23/14

Sequawye also was likely at Acup, KY, southeast Kentucky with Boone and Gist and perhaps Findley at times. Some of us are related to him. redbirdband.bravehost.com


From TravelOK.com Staff on 08/29/13

Amber, please give Sequoyah's Cabin a call at 918-775-2413 or email seqcabin@okhistory.org, and they will be more than happy to help you. Best wishes and thank you for using TravelOK.com!


 
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