Monroe County Tennessee
0 Sequoyah, also known as George Gist. A
member of the Cherokee Nation, he was the inventor of the Cherokee
syllabary. Hello
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Sequoyah, also known as George Gist. A member of the Cherokee Nation, he was the inventor of the Cherokee syllabary, (a set of written symbols, each of which represents a syllable, used to write a given language). This image was copied from a lithograph in McKenney and Hall’s, “Indian Tribes of North America,” 1836-44 and subsequent editions. The source for the lithograph is thought to be an original painting by Charles Bird King, Washington, D.C. 1828. Scan courtesy of Tennessee State Library and Archives.
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Bald River Falls after a Heavy Rain Fall

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Copies of "History of Monroe County, Tennessee" by Sarah G. Cox Sands is available.
There are 4 books.
Volume I, Part 1 is on Pre-settlement Period, formation of Monroe Co. & County government.
Volume I, Part 2 covers Towns of Monroe Co., excepting Sweetwater.
Volume II, Schools & Education, Post Office, Communications
Volume III, Sweetwater
Contact: Harold Sands for prices and ordering information.


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