Sequoyah: The Cherokee Man Who Gave His People Writing

By James Rumford, Anna Sixkiller Huckaby (Translator)

In spare, poetic writing and richly colored, expressive illustrations, Rumford captures the character of Sequoyah, the man who created a writing system for the Cherokee language. A parallel translation (by Anna Sixkiller Huckaby) in Cherokee demonstrates the lasting influence of this creative genius.

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