Sequoyah's Cabin is an exhibit of the pre-Civil War cabin of Sequoyah, creator of the Cherokee alphabet. The site preserves Sequoyah's original cabin built in 1829. This cabin houses Sequoyah's Cabin Museum, where artifacts and original documents are displayed. The cabin is on the National Register of Historic Places and has been a National Literary Landmark since 2006. This historic landmark is perfect for families, lovers of literature, educators, and visitors of all ages.