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NATIVE AMERICAN ART Tahlequah Cherokee GOLDA'S CORN MEAL MILL OKLAHOMA HISTORY

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NATIVE AMERICAN FEMALE ART BY YEL HA YAW 

1953 REPORT ON GOLDA'S CORN MEAL MILL OF TAHLEQUAH OKLAHOMA.

UNPUBLISHED 100 PAGE HISTORY WITH ORIGINAL ART, NEWS AND ADVERTISING DRAFTS.PROOFS FOR THE MILL.

Utmost Historical Importance of the Tahlequah Oklahoma history with the aid of the Cherokee Nation Peoples.

The Mill was placed on the National Register of Historical Places in 1972, and was still a working Mill when it was unfortunately destroyed by fire in 1983. Golda was Golda UnkeferIt. The Mill had an overshot water wheel which was 20 feet in diameter. The original wooden wheel was replaced by a steel wheel in 1908.the metal wheel that replaced the wooden one was made in France. The Mill was built by Cherokees, Tom Taylor and his wife.

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