Sequoyah, the U.S. State That Almost Existed


This story covers the history of Sequoyah, the Native American-governed state that was planned and almost existed in the U.S. until politicians folded Indigenous lands into Oklahoma. The long-lasting impacts of this decision to claim land promised to Indigenous people are also discussed.

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