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Cherokee National Prison Museum

Cherokee National Prison Museum

There is a cer­tain macabre romance that one feels when enter­ing the Chero­kee Nation­al Prison Muse­um. The muse­um is locat­ed in the heart of the Chero­kee cap­i­tal of Tahle­quah and has stood there since 1875, con­tin­u­ing to func­tion for the Indi­an...
Dead Women Crossing

Dead Women Crossing

The fol­low­ing is based on actu­al events and may not be suit­able for all age ranges. If you are eas­i­ly scared or fright­ened please refrain from read­ing this true Okla­homa tale. At the turn of the twen­ti­eth cen­tu­ry, the annu­al divorce rate for the...
A Moment in Time

A Moment in Time

A Moment in Time Today we remem­ber a day 75 years ago when prin­ci­ples were put before per­son­al choic­es, brav­ery was put forth to face the great­est of fears and sac­ri­fices were made that washed away in the tides of time. It was the day the great­est arma­da...
Short — Shall We Never Forget

Short — Shall We Never Forget

Unique­la­homa hon­ors all those who fought for free­dom on D‑Day this 74th Anniversary. C.L. Har­mon Wouldn’t it be a remark­able event if 5,000 ships came to the res­cue of peo­ple who were being oppressed? What if those ships were car­ry­ing 150,000 troops who were...
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