History
Cherokee National Prison Museum Since 1875

Cherokee National Prison Museum Since 1875

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 Territory until 1898. The...

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 United States stood at...

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 in history was assembled. With...

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 willing...

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What is Uniquelahoma?

Perhaps to start, defining what we are not is the best way to describe us. We are not a news source to find the latest local and world events or a magazine to...

Unique Quote

“It just doesn’t work that way”. We have all heard it and we have all fought against it at one point. But it’s a futile battle we are destined to lose. The elements making up creation are not designed for our personal agenda; it is designed to function the exact opposite. When we finally understand that sharing and providing in unison with creation improves flows and prospers because its very nature is to reciprocate. If you only focus on what you can’t have, all you will ever have is what you can’t have. - C.L. Harmon

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