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Synonyms for Sequoya

Cherokee who created a notation for writing the Cherokee language (1770-1843)

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Continental Who's Who has recognised Sequoya Cross, the co-owner & CEO of Backwoods Solar and Tamarack Solar Products, as a Pinnacle Professional Member in the field of Solar Energy.
In response to appeals from groups like the Sequoya League and the IRA, the BIA assigned James McLaughlin as the government inspector charged with finding a suitable location for the soon-to-be-evicted Indians.
Eoe1/4EoIt is expected that the second draw, scheduled for July 25, will produce more lucky winners of other prizes besides the two Sequoya vehicles.
"Talking Stones, John Howard Payne's Story of Sequoya." The Colophon 9.3 (1932).
Tropicana's TrueView[TM] Customer Marketing team, along with consulting companies Boston Consulting and the Sequoya Group, began its quest for out of stock reductions when it became apparent that ECR was not broadly defined enough to look at labor and process issues as it related to in-stock conditions.
Independence Trail is a $2 million cooperative project involving the not-for-profit corporation Sequoya Challenge and the California State Park system.
The Cherokee chieftain <IR> SEQUOYA </IR> performed the prodigious feat of creating an alphabet.
A solitary half-breed Cherokee, Sequoya, produced the only written Indian equivalent of the alphabet.
Independence Trail, South Yuba State Trails Project, Nevada County; (916) 432-3183 (disabled visitors and groups should call ahead: this number reaches Sequoya Challenge).
Also pictured is Tyler Strickland, far left, of award sponsor Sequoya Technologies Group and NHBSR Executive Director Michelle Veasey, far right.
CORVALLIS - Pinch-hitter Sequoya deNevers hit a bad-hop single past second base in the bottom of the ninth inning to drive in the winning run as the Alpenrose Dairy Red Sox of Portland defeated the Eugene Challengers, 3-2, in the American Legion super regionals Friday afternoon at Hansen Stadium.
Born in Tennessee, Sequoya was the son of a Caucasian and an Indian.
Tom Strickland, owner of Sequoya Technologies Group in Peterborough, is "no fan of paying taxes," but there he was, in the lobby of the Legislative Office Building in Concord, at a press conference arranged by the New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute, asking lawmakers not to cut his business taxes.