Research

Bibliography

  • Bender, Margaret. (2002) Signs of Cherokee Culture: Sequoyah’s Syllabary in Eastern Cherokee Life. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
  • Feeling, Durbin. Cherokee-English Dictionary: Tsalagi-Yonega Didehlogwasdohdi. Tahlequah, Oklahoma: Cherokee Nation, 1975: xvii
  • Holmes, Ruth Bradley; Betty Sharp Smith (1976). Beginning Cherokee: Talisgo Galiquogi Dideliquasdodi Tsalagi Digoweli. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. ISBN 0-8061-1362-6.
  • Foreman, Grant, Sequoyah, University of Oklahoma Press, Norman,OK, 1938.
  • Langguth, A. J. Driven West: Andrew Jackson and the Trail of Tears to the Civil War. New York, Simon & Schuster. 2010. ISBN 978-1-4165-4859-1.
  • McKinney, Thomas and Hall, James, History of the Indian Tribes of North America. (Philadelphia,PA, 1837–1844).
  • McLoughlin, William G., After the Trail of Tears: The Cherokees’ Struggle for Sovereignty 1839 – 1880. University of North Carolina Press. Chapel Hill. 1993. ISBN 0-8078-2111-X.
  • Kilpatrick, Jack Frederick. 1965. Sequoyah of Earth and Intellect. Austin, TX: Encino Press.
  • King, Duane H. 1988. Sequoyah or George Guess (Gist). Journal of Cherokee Studies 13: 36-38.
  • Traveller Bird. Tell Them They Lie: The Sequoyah Myth. Los Angeles, CA: Westernlore Publishers. 1971. 148pp.
  • George E. Foster. Se-quo-yah, the American Cadmus and Modern Moses: A Complete Biography of the Greatest of Redmen. Philadelphia: Office of the Indian Rights Association. 1885. 244pp.
  • Stan Hoig. Sequoyah: The Cherokee Genius. Oklahoma City: Oklahoma Historical Society. 1995. 142pp.
  • Janet Klausner and Duane H. King. Sequoyah’s Gift: A Portrait of the Cherokee Leader. New York City: Harper Collins. 1999. 111pp.
  • April R. Summitt. Sequoyah and the Invention of the Cherokee Alphabet. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2012. 164pp.

Links

Chronicles of Oklahoma: The Life And Work Of Sequoyah (Oklahoma Historical Society)

Cherokee Nation: History of Sequoyayh

Eastern Band of Cherokee

Museum of the Cherokee Indian (Cherokee, NC)

Cherokee Nation

Sequoyah Birthplace Museum

Cherokee Heritage Center

 

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