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Deutsch: Sequoyah mit einer Tabelle der von ihm entwickelten Cherokee-Schrift.
English: Sequoyah with a tablet depicting his writing system for the Cherokee language. 19th-century print of a painting.
Français : Sequoyah tenant une tablette montrant son système d'écriture pour la langue cherokee. Une photographie d'un tableau datant du 19e siècle
Date 19th century
Source Source of this reproduction unknown. See also File:Sequoyah painting.jpg
Author Lithographer: Lehman and Duval (George Lehman (d.1870); Peter S. Duval) Painter: Henry Inman (1801-20-28 - 1846-01-17); copy after a painting by Charles Bird King (1785 - 1862) which was lost in a fire in the Smithsonian in 1865.
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