Chickasaw Council House Museum

Chickasaw Council House Museum

Chickasaw Council House Museum Located adjacent to the historic Chickasaw Capitol building. The original tribal Council House – a log structure built in 1856, and the site of the signing of the Chickasaw Constitution – is located inside the museum for preservation...
Hiking Trails

Hiking Trails

Hiking Trails Hiking Trails – South Capitol Street The trailhead to three and a half miles of some of the most scenic and peaceful hiking is located in Tishomingo’s Pennington Park. Seven separate trails weave their way through beautiful wooded areas, along...
Bank of the Chickasaw Nation Museum

Bank of the Chickasaw Nation Museum

Johnston County Historical Society Bank of the Chickasaw Nation Museum Located in the R.M. Harris Building, the museum doubles as the headquarters for the Johnston County Historical & Genealogical Society and is considered one of the county’s most valuable...
Chickasaw White House

Chickasaw White House

Chickasaw White House Nine Miles East of Tishomingo on Mansion Road in Milburn, OK Once considered a mansion on the frontier, it was home to Chickasaw Governor Douglas Henry Johnston and his family from 1898 to 1971. The Governor scored several notable achievements on...
Chickasaw National Capitol

Chickasaw National Capitol

Chickasaw National Capitol Seat of Chickasaw government from 1898 until 1907. Owned and operated by the Chickasaw Nation, today it serves as a museum and cultural center and contains a number of interesting exhibits as well as a gift shop. Hours Guided tours available...

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