The Cherokee Nation and Tahlequah
By Deborah L. Duvall
Published in 1999, by Arcadia Publishing Co., this book continues to be a fascinating visual history of the Cherokee Nation of Northeast Oklahoma. The Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma covers 14 counties, and Tahlequah is the Capitol. The book contains Cherokee Nation history, including the notorious “Trail of Tears”, and the fact that the Cherokees quickly established systems of democratic government, education and communication . They had their own written language, newspapers, magazines and books. Paperback, 200 photos, many titled family photos, 128 pages.