Cherokee Heritage Center

The Center consists of a living history Cherokee village, a museum, and small township of historical buildings. Dedicated to the perservation of Cherokee culture and history, it is one of the most widely visited Native American sites in Oklahoma.

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Friday, March 11, 2005

Deputy Chief Joe Grayson Welcomes Competitors

Students from Maryetta Elementary came to the Cherokee Nation Complex to compete in the JOM-sponsored Cherokee Challenge, where the students competed with other schools on knowledge of Cherokee language, heritage, and culture. They were welcomed by Deputy Chief Joe Grayson at the complex.
Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and student from Maryetta Elementary

Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and student from Maryetta Elementary

Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and student from Maryetta Elementary

Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and student from Maryetta Elementary

Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and student from Maryetta Elementary

Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and student from Maryetta Elementary

Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and students from Maryetta Elementary

Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and students from Maryetta Elementary

Deputy Chief of the Cherokee Nation Joe Grayson and coordinator of Cherokee Challenge with son from Maryetta Elementary

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