(Received 21 July 1993; accepted 1 December 1993)
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In order to recognize and correctly evaluate basic letter forms regarding their rarity, or general character, forensic document examiners are expected to have a ready reference file of the various systems of writing used in the United States during the last 100 years . However, one system of writing appears to have been omitted from the reference/study materials. This paper provides information on that system of American writing known as the “Cherokee Alphabet,” which is still in use today.
Special Agent, Forensic Document Examiner, Office of the Attorney General, Phoenix, AZ
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