Updated Monday, January 7, 2013
SEQUOYAH WINNER ANNOUNCED!
We will start this year's Sequoyah Children's Reading Progam at Fisher in October.
2013 Sequoyah Children's Book Award
2012 Intermediate Masterlist
Sequoyah created the Cherokee syllabary, 86 symbols representing the different sounds in the Cherokee language. A statue of him represents Oklahoma in the United States Capitol in Washington, D. C. Sequoyah, Cherokee for "Lame One," was also known by his English name, George Guess. The Oklahoma Library Association honors Sequoyah with the annual award which is chosen by Oklahoma students.
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