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CULTURAL READINGS: Colonization & Print in the Americas


Cherokee Constitution
Special Collections, University of Pennsylvania Library
Constitution and Laws of the Cherokee Nation. [in Cherokee]

Parsons, Kansas: Foley r'y Printing Co., 1892-3.

English translation

Sequoyah's Cherokee syllabary proved popular among Cherokees and has never been abandoned. In 1892-93, the Cherokee nation printed an edition of its Constitution and laws in Cherokee and English.

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