Tahlequah, Oklahoma

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Tahlequah is a city in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, United States located at the foothills of the Ozark Mountains.

Population: 16,359 (2013)

Area code: Area codes 918 and 539
Elevation: 243 m

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This sister stands on the south west corner of the Cherokee Nation Court House on the east side of Business Highway 62 just north of E Keetoowah St.  At the time of our visit she appears to have undergone refurbishing at some time.  She is a very dark color.  All of her crown points are in place.  Her pedestal is five feet of white painted cement.  She was donated to the city of Tahlequah by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thompson as part of the Strengthen the Arm of Liberty campaign in 1950.

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