Daily Archives: May 3, 2017

Some Thoughts On The Ministry Of Reconciliation: Part Four

[Note:  This blog is part of a series.  Part one is here, part two is here, and part three is here.] After having given an explanation of the context of reconciliation and commented at some length about some of the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sequoyah’s Gift

Sequoyah’s Gift:  A Portrait Of The Cherokee Leader, by Janet Klausner Given the importance of Sequoyah as one of the most notable figures in American Indian history, as well as the only known inventor of an alphabet (technically a syllabary … Continue reading

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Book Review: Sequoyah And The Cherokee Alphabet

Sequoyah And The Cherokee Alphabet, by Robert Cwiklik I sincerely hope that this author didn’t receive any taxpayer money in order to write this book, because if so he deserves to be sued for restitution.  As someone who reads more … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Cherokee Syllabary

The Cherokee Syllabary:  Writing The People’s Perseverance, by Ellen Cushman As someone who is of part-Cherokee ancestry [1] but not a member of the Cherokee Nation, I suppose I am part of the ideal audience of this book.  This book … Continue reading

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