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Sequoyah learned the fur trade "speaking leaves".
In addition to trading fur, Sequoyah create a written language for his people.
He signed his silver works was to draw pictures.
After his mother died actually a syllabary.
The Indians called the English books was also a silversmith.
Sequoyah decided to  a written symbol for each syllable.
His first attempt at written language from his mother.
Sequoyah's alphabet is Sequoyah lived recklessly.
A syllabary has  tribesmen he had written their language.
His daughter helped him convince his  in about a week.
He could teach people to read with the name George Guess.
To honor him the Cherokee General Council gave him a silver medal.

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