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Saline Courthouse Museum
Restoration of a Cultural Icon.
Built in 1884, the Saline Courthouse is the only one of nine original Cherokee Nation courthouses still standing today. The restoration and preservation process included the careful repair of historic elements as well as in-kind replacement of finishes, doors, and windows. The building received envelope updates as well, including a new weather barrier, insulation, and flashing to ensure the courthouse, now museum, will be protected for years to come.