The Muscogee (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma is seeking to reacquire its historic council building. The Creek Council House was the tribe's original capital. It was established in 1878 but taken by the federal government and sold to the city of Okmulgee in 1919. The city is considering selling the building for as much as $3.2 million. Get the Story:
Okmulgee Considers Selling Creek Council House, Creek Nation Wants It Back (News On 6 3/16)
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