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1850s Lawn Social at the Murrell Home

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See re-enactors depict life in the 1800s at Oklahoma's only remaining Ante-Bellum home.

1850s Lawn Social at the Murrell Home

Address : George Murrell Home - 3 miles south of Tahlequah on US Highway 62, then south 1/10 mile on State Highway 82, then 1 mile east on Murrell Road. Tahlequah OK
Phone : 918-456-2751   (Always call and confirm events.)

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