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Museum Selfie Day
JAN. 17, 2018; 10 AM - 4 PM
Join us Jan. 17 for Museum Selfie Day at Cherokee Nation’s world-class museums. 

The Cherokee National Prison Museum is housed in Indian Territory's first penitentiary building, built in 1875. This location includes replicated prison cells and gallows, as well as an interpretive center.
The Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum is located in Oklahoma's oldest government building built in 1844. This museum includes a printing press from the Cherokee Advocate, the first newspaper in Indian Territory, as well as interactive exhibits featuring the Cherokee language and the history of law and order in Cherokee Nation.
The John Ross Museum celebrates the life and legacy of former Principal Chief John Ross who served Cherokees for more than 38 years through the Trail of Tears, Civil War and Cherokee Golden Age.
Surrounded by a 10-acre park, Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, highlights the life and accomplishments of the creator of the Cherokee Syllabary. 

Be sure to tag us in the post so we see all your great selfies and don’t forget to use #MuseumSelfieDay.

The Cherokee National Prison Museum is located at 124 E. Choctaw St. and the Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum is at 122 E. Keetoowah St., both in Tahlequah. The John Ross Museum is located at 22366 S. 530 Road in Park Hill. Sequoyah's Cabin Museum is located at 470288 Highway 101 in Sallisaw.