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Tahlequah, Oklahoma is the Capital of the Cherokee Nation. It is also to home of North Eastern Oklahoma State University.
- 1 Northeastern State University. Public university with classes in both English and Cherokee. The oldest building, Seminary Hall, dates to 1889.
- 2 Cherokee National Capitol, 101 South Muskogee Avenue. Two-story government building designated as a National Historic Landmark and serves as a tribal supreme court.
- Float the Illinois River. The Illinois River flows through Tahlequah, and has been designated a Scenic River since the 1970s.
- 1 Cherokee Heritage Center. Just to the south in Park Hill, Oklahoma, the center includes a reproduction of an ancient Cherokee Village, the Cherokee National Museum- including the renowned Trail of Tears Exhibit, and the Cherokee Genealogy Center.
|Routes through Tahlequah|
|Muskogee ← Fort Gibson ←||W E||→ Jct → Fayetteville → Rogers|
|Tulsa ← Wagoner ←||W E||→ Stilwell → Ends at|
|Vinita ← Locust Grove ←||N S||→ Jct → Jct W E|