Sequoyah and Ayoka part 14

Sequoyah and Ayoka part 14
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  • Get out!!
  • silver medal
  • By the time the United States government began forcing the Cherokee people to move off their lands in the trails of tears, Sequoyah had already moved West to Oklahoma.
  • Sequoyah is honored by many for his gift to the Cherokee people.
  • He was given a silver medal by the Cherokee National Council which he wore proudly around his neck fo the rest of his life, and he was buried with it.
  • alphabet
  • A statue of Sequoyah stands in the U.S. Capitol building in Washington D.C.
  • The mighty Sequoia tree was named after him.
  • Sequoyah's alphabet helped preserve Cherokee language and culture, and is still used today.
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