The Cherokee Strip Regional Heritage Center in Enid, Garfield County, Oklahoma, is a historical museum telling the fascinating story of the settlement and development of Northwest Oklahoma, beginning with the Land Run of 1893. Through interactive exhibits, research, events, and programs, the Heritage Center makes learning a fun and engaging experience for all ages.
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"A lot of these quilts probably won't be back out for another 15 or 20 years," Curator of Collections, Dave Kennedy, said. One quilt dates back to 1852, and some came to Oklahoma during the Land Run of 1893.
"My main goal with this is to not necessarily have a quilt show, as some people might be used to, but to exhibit how quilts are used within families to tell the family history, to tell the history of different organizations," said Kennedy.