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  • George and Minerva Murrell Home
    George and Minerva Murrell Home
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  • George and Minerva Murrell Home
    George and Minerva Murrell Home
    by Basaic
  • Murrell House
    Murrell House
    by Basaic

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    by Basaic Written Mar 1, 2013

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    George Murrell was the son of a prominent Virginia family and a successful buinessman when he met and married Minerva Ross the daughter of a prominent Cherokee Family. Ross was the daughter of the Treasurer of the Cherokee Nation and the niece of John Ross the Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation from 1828 to 1866. Murrell came to Oklahoma with his wife during the infamous "Trail of Tears" and established a plantation and built a Greek Revival-Style home like those he remembered in Virginia.

    Hours are 10 AM to 5 PM Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free but donations are gladly accepted (and needed).

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