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Cherokee TeX Font
Digohweli Font
Dr Berlin's Fonts for North American Scripts
Fonts for Indigenous American Scripts
Freelang Font Directory
Google Noto Fonts
MPH 2B Damase Font
Xenotype Cherokee Language Kit

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  • A TeX font for typesetting Cherokee text.

    LinkCherokee TeX Font
    Copyright© 1994 Alan Stanier
    LicenseUse, study, modification and redistribution allowed - see details below

    The license information provided with the font reads: "You may freely use, modify, and/or distribute this file, without limitation. If you make significant additions or improvements, I request that you email me an updated version." Please see the font download file for Alan Stanier's email address if required.

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • The Digohweli font is a Unicode font for processing Cherokee text. It is suitable for use on Windows and Mac systems.

    LinkDigohweli Font
    Copyright© 2006 Chris Harvey
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    This font is free to use and share with others. It is not free to modify.

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Dr. Berlin's page hosts fonts for typing in Cherokee, Cheyenne, Chippewa, Cree, and Navajo.

    LinkDr. Berlin's Font Page
    Copyright© 1996-2001 Howard M. Berlin
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    The fonts available on this Web site have been collected from many sources and are intended for distribution either as shareware (please register with the original authors), freeware, or they have been placed in the public domain by the authors.

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Each language written using Canadian syllabics requires its own keyboard. Chris Harvey has produced a large number of fonts and keyboards at languagegeek.com for processing text in Cree, Algonquin, Naskapi, Inuktitut, Dakelh, Blackfoot, Dene syllabics, and Cherokee.

    Linklanguagegeek.com
    Copyright© 2002-2009 Chris Harvey/Languagegeek
    LicenseGNU General Public License 3.0 (GPLv3) Allows use, study, modification, redistribution
    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Freelang is a non-profit project started in 1997 and developed by the user community. The site hosts dictionaries, translation software, and fonts for a wide variety of languages.

    LinkFreelang Fonts
    Copyright© Beaumont 1997-2011(Please note: this copyright refers to the Freelang site, not to the individual fonts hosted there.)
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    All the fonts provided by Freelang are either freeware or shareware. However they remain the property of their respective authors and there may be restrictions on their use or distribution. Please check the individual license information for any font you download.

    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Google has been developing a font family called Noto, which aims to support all languages with a harmonious look and feel. Noto is Google’s answer to tofu. The name Noto is to convey the idea that Google’s goal is to see “no more tofu” (tofu being the nickname for the small square boxes displayed when characters are missing from a font). Noto has multiple styles and weights, and is freely available to all.

    LinkGoogle Noto Fonts download
    CopyrightCopyright Google Inc. All Rights Reserved.
    LicenseSIL Open Font License 1.1 Allows use, study, modification, redistribution
    ContributorLorna Evans
  • Mark Williamson's MPH 2B Damase is a free font encoding many non-Latin scripts, including the Unicode 4.1 scripts in the Supplementary Multilingual Plane: Armenian, Cherokee, Coptic, Cypriot, Cyrillic, Deseret, Khutsuri, Glagolitic, Gothic, Greek, Hanunóo, Hebrew, Linear B, Old Italic, Old Persian Cuneiform, Osmanya, Phoenician, Shavian, Tai Le (no combining tone marks), Thaana, Tifinagh, Ugaritic, and Vietnamese. A few of these scripts do not display perfectly; Tai Le does not have combining tone marks, and Hanunóo does not support the ligatures needed for writing Buhid.

    LinkMPH 2B Damase Font
    Copyright© 2005 Mark Williamson
    LicenseGNU General Public License 3.0 (GPLv3) Allows use, study, modification, redistribution
    ContributorSteph Holloway
  • Xenotype's Cherokee font was designed to preserve the look of traditional Cherokee type. It is suitable for use with Mac OS, and is Unicode-encoded. The kit is available to purchase for USD 19, or free to people working to preserve original Cherokee texts.

    LinkXenotype Cherokee Language Kit
    Copyright© 2009 XenoType Technologies
    LicenseRestricted - see terms below

    Use of this font requires the purchase of a license. Please see the distributor's site for more details.

    ContributorSteph Holloway

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