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Linda Sue Welch Platt, 74

Born August 25, 1946

Died April 16, 2021

Aileen Pitts, 89

Born November 26, 1931

Died April 11, 2021

Viola Piggee, 88

Born February 11, 1933

Died April 10, 2021

Juanita June Frazier, 91

Born June 17, 1929

Died April 10, 2021

Robert Fox, 85

Born February 3, 1936

Died April 9, 2021

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Five Civilized Tribes Museum
Five Civilized Tribes Museum

Wednesday, March 31, 2021, 7:54 AM

A destination for locals and tourists alike, downtown Tahlequah is home to several Cherokee Nation cultural and historic sites near the iconic Capitol Square. This week, the tribe announced a new project that will connect those sites and nearby resources.

A Cherokee art park and cultural pathway are being constructed to enable pedestrians to safely travel between the Cherokee National History Museum on Muskogee Avenue and the Cherokee National Prison Museum on Choctaw Street, as well as several additional sites, including the Cherokee National Supreme Court Museum, Cherokee Arts Center, Kawi Café and Spider Gallery.

“This is a real opportunity to invest in our capital city and showcase a unique collection of cultural and historical resources that are very much a natural draw for visitors,” said Cherokee Nation Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. “The pathway will serve as a tourism anchor and downtown destination. The First Lady, January Hoskin, and I love Tahlequah and we love Cherokee art, which makes this project near and dear to our hearts. We know this improvement will amplify all of Cherokee Nation’s strategies to share our culture with our fellow citizens, Tahlequah community members and guests from all over the world.”

The project will enhance pedestrian accessibility with new walkways and add features such as a public gathering space, art displays, a chalk wall, new landscaping, outdoor lighting and park-like furniture.

The project is slated for completion in late summer 2021.

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