Wooden palisades built from logs outlines the traditional Cherokee Indian village located at the Cherokee National Museum in Tahlequay, OK. There is also a cache that was used to store food and a platform for children to use to keep the birds out of the garden.

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Wooden palisades built from logs outlines the traditional Cherokee Indian village located at the Cherokee National Museum in Tahlequay, OK. There is also a cache that was used to store food and a platform for children to use to keep the birds out of the garden.

Copyright Marilyn Angel Wynn


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