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Welcome to Cherokee County. My name is
Jeff Smith , the
County Coordinator and Archivist for Cherokee County.
I do not live in Oklahoma, therefore I am unable to do local research. Check with the lookup Volunteers.
If you would like to contribute your information to this page, please email me with Cherokee County in the Subject line.
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Will Rogers said:
County was created from the Tahlequah District in the Cherokee
Nation when Indian and
Oklahoma Territories were joined to form the
State of Oklahoma in 1907.
It is located in northeastern Oklahoma in the
foothills of the Ozark Mountains, near the Illinois River and Lake
Tenkiller. The Cherokee Nation
occupied these lands as early as the 1830s. In 1838, the Cherokee
were forcibly removed from their tribal lands in North Carolina,
Georgia, Tennessee and Alabama to Indian Territory (Now Oklahoma).
Cherokee Nation, IT Project
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Bios not in Archives
Family Group Sheets/Family History
History of the Cherokee
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