Sequoyah Sequoyah is widely celebrated as an unlettered Cherokee Indian who, entirely from the resources of his own brilliant mind, endowed his whole tribe with learning the only man in history to conceive and perfect in its entirety an alphabet or syllabary Soon after 1800, Sequoyah began to realize the magic of writing He and other Indians of the time, who occasionally saw samples of writing, called these mysterious pages the white man s talking leaf He experimented aimlessly at first, but gradually his conception took practical shape It was slow and laborious work for an untutored Cherokee Finally, after twelve years of labor and discouragement, he completed his syllabary, composed of eighty five symbols, each representing a sound in the Cherokee language The simplicity of the syllabary and its easy adaptability to the speech and thought of his people enabled them to master it in a few days The Cherokee nation was made practically literate within a few months. Read Sequoyah –

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Sequoyah
  • Grant Foreman
  • English
  • 10 November 2017
  • 0806110562

10 thoughts on “Sequoyah

  1. Cat says:

    This isa pamphlet then a book Not that good, but Sequoyah is an interesting guy He invented a language, for gods sake.

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