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for The State Vol. 6 Issue 19, Oct 1938
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Sequoyah, son of a peddler called Gist and an unknown Native American woman, invented the Cherokee alphabet. He lived and traveled in western North Carolina, Tennessee, and Georgia until Andrew Jackson's \"Heart-Break Removal\" in the 1830s. He died in 1843 from a fever on the move west.