Sequoyah's Cabin Museum
Located in Sallisaw, Oklahoma, Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was designated as a National Literary Landmark in 2006.
Sequoyah, creator of the Cherokee written language, built this one-room log cabin in 1829, shortly after moving to Oklahoma. Surrounded by a 10-acre park, the actual cabin is located inside a stone memorial structure, built by the Works Progress Administration in 1936. Stepping inside, you’ll experience what it might have been like when Sequoyah originally lived there. Relics and documents associated with his life are on display for visitors to see.