Sequoyah and the Cherokee Alphabet (Alvin Josephy''s Biography Series of American Indians)
by Robert Cwiklik, T. Lewis, Nancy Furstinger (Editor)
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From the Publisher
Sequoyah's greatest achievement was the invention of a method for his people to write and read their own language. This great leader was celebrated not as a warrior, but as a man of ideas. Today, a statue of Sequoyah stands in the Capitol building in Washington D.C. He is a truly outstanding example of an Indian who made his mark on history.
by AMERICAN NATIONAL BIOGRAPHY, edited by John Garraty, copyright 1999 by the American Council of Learned Societies. Used by permission of Oxford University Press, Inc.
marcus 1/10/2011 3:31:25 PM
i'm cherokee too so i thought that it be cool to have my hero be cherokee
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