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Sequoyah's Cherokee Alphabet Correspondence
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This is a note and envelope sent to Frederick Webb Hodge by Brother Claudius Antony of St. Mary's College, California, 1934 January 21. The cover, which is also the envelope, is postmarked Tahlequah, Oklahoma, 1934, and is stamped with "Sequoyah's Cherokee Alphabet" honoring the invention of the Cherokee syllabary.
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