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Cherokee County

Created in 1907 from Cherokee Lands. Named for the Cherokee tribe of Indians. The word is said to have been derived from a Chickasaw word "Chiluk-ki" meaning cave people.

Clerk of Courts has marriage, divorce, probate and civil court records from 1907;
County Clerk has land records.

Cherokee County
213 W Delaware St
Tahlequah, OK
74464-3639
918-456-3171

Tulsa Genealogical Society
P.O. Box 585
Tulsa, OK. 74101-0585

United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians
P.O. Box 746
Tahlequah, Oklahoma 74465-9432
Phone: (918) 456-5491 Fax: (918) 456-9601

The Cherokee Heritage Center
P.O. Box 515
Tahlequah, OK. 74465
Phone: (918)456-6007

Keetoowah Band of Cherokee
2450 Muskogee Ave
P.O. Box 746
Tahlequah, OK. 74465
Phone: (918) 456-5491

 

 

 

Native American Records (National Archives)
Cherokee Nation (Official)
Cherokee Chiefs
Guion Miller Roll Index
Constitution of the Cherokee Nation
The Myth of the Cherokee Princess
Why Your Great-Grandmother Wasn't A Cherokee Princess



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