Sequoyah ( a.k.a George Gist). Inventor of the Cherokee Alphabet. Sequoyah. Born near Tuskeegee, Tennesee in 1776 Died near Tyler, Texas in 1843 His mother was the daughter of a Cherokee chief and his father was a Virginia fur trader named Nathaniel Gist. Fleeing Tennessee.
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Inventor of the Cherokee Alphabet