Writing System

Cherokee written with Cherokee scriptchr-Cher

Subject areas for this writing system

StatusCurrently in use
LanguageCherokee [chr]
ScriptCherokee [Cher]
CLDR Locale  chr [Cherokee]

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Title Subject Area
Bilingual Notice in English and Cherokee Use & History
Cherokee TeX Font Fonts & Keyboards
Digohweli Font Fonts & Keyboards
Dr Berlin's Fonts for North American Scripts Fonts & Keyboards
Fonts for Indigenous American Scripts Fonts & Keyboards
Freelang Font Directory Fonts & Keyboards
Names of Months and Days in Cherokee Use & History
Xenotype Cherokee Language Kit Fonts & Keyboards


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Title Type
Indexicality, voice, and context in the distribution of Cherokee scripts journal article
Non-Latin Font: Cherokee - MonotypeFonts web page
Sequoyah's Syllabary - Sequoyah Museum web page


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