Cherokee Nation Plans To Buy Sequoyah’s Cabin
SEQUOYAH COUNTY (KOTV) – The Cherokee Nation has plans to buy Sequoyah’s Cabin, one of Oklahoma’s Historic Landmarks.
The state is currently facing a budget crisis prompting the sale of the landmark, which costs $100,000 to maintain. The National Historical Society says it’s budget has gone down 40 percent in the past 8 years.
According to Cherokee Nation Chief of Staff Chuck Hoskin, the tribe will buy the landmark from the state in hopes of reopening it for future generations.
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