Tahlequah, Oklahoma: Sequoyah and his Alphabet

Bronze statue of Sequoyah, inventor of the Cherokee syllabary, stands with the alphabet surrounding him in an encircling, elevated ring.
601 N. Muskogee Ave., Tahlequah, OK
Inside the entrance to Northeastern State University, on the west side of N. Muskogee Ave., at its intersection with Goingsnake St.
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Bronze statue of Sequoyah.

Cherokee ABCs

Bronze statue of Sequoyah (inventor of the Cherokee syllabary) stands with the Cherokee alphabet surrounding him in an encircling, elevated ring.

[Gan Nunnally, 08/07/2020]

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