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14 Flags Museum 14 Flags Museum is housed in the restored cabin, built in 1845, of Judge Franklin Faulkner, a pioneer lawyer of Sequoyah County. The museum contains early-day artifacts from this area.

The entire museum complex includes a stretch of several log cabins with historical items on display.


Admission: Free Admission
Hours: 8:00 am to 4:00 pm, Daily
Address: East Cherokee Blvd. (Highway 64)
Phone: 918-775-2413

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14 Flags Museum

14 Flags Museum is housed in the restored cabin, built in 1845, of Judge Franklin Faulkner, a pioneer lawyer of Sequoyah County. The museum contains early-day artifacts from this area. The entire museum complex includes a stretch of several log cabins with historical items on display.

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