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    Qualls is a small community in Cherokee County, Oklahoma, west of Lake Tenkiller. The Qualls Post Office existed from January 20, 1909, until August 31, 1942. The first postmaster was William A. Qualls. One story is that sometime after the arrival of the Ross Party who traveled the Trail of Tears due to the ethnic cleansing Indian relocation in 1838, a cabin owned by a family named Qualls was burned to the ground by the Cherokee Lighthorse police and that event gave birth to the area name "Qualls Burnt Cabin". Sometime between World War 1 and World War 2, that original name was shortened in common usage to the present "Qualls". Qualls Road and Burnt Cabin Road remain on the present maps of the area to memorialize that history. The name is further memorialized in Burnt Cabin Ridge State Park on the shores of Tenkiller Lake. Today, 'downtown' Qualls is defined by Jincy's Kitchen, a home-cooking diner now operating in a building formerly used as a set in two movies, including "Where the Red Fern Grows". According to Baseball Reference, former major league baseball player Johnny Callison was born in Qualls in 1939.

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