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Digohweli Cherokee font
The Digohweli Cherokee Unicode font was designed to be an easy-to-read, all-purpose font which can be used for running text in books, magazines, and websites. It is also effective as a display type. Its clean lines, straight forward look, and lack of extravagent flourish make Digohweli a good choice for representing the Cherokee language.
It was created by Christopher Harvey.
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