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The Adair County Courthouse was built in 1902. Adair County is part of the Muskogee, OK Micropolitan Statistical Area. The county lies within the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma boundaries, which extends into neighboring counties and has a population around 74,000 people. The area that would become Adair County was originally settled by Cherokees who migrated from Georgia and Tennessee after being forced to move west on the Trail of Tears during Indian Removal in 1838-1839. They were led by Chief John Bowles (1780–1859), who had been born at Chota near Knoxville along with his mother Nancy Ward (c1750-1830).