Cherokee language

Cherokee language

In the 1820s, a Cherokee named Sequoyah, impressed by European written languages, invented a writing system with 85 characters that were considered superior to the English alphabet. The Cherokee syllabary could be learned in a few weeks and by 1825 the majority of Cherokees could read and write.

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