i have a copy of the book and this is what's said about "Redhorse":
Chapter One [pages 23-25]
In the fall of 1779, the Indian settlement of Redhorse [ftn:in the Cherokee language, Sogwiligigageiyi means Redhorse Place -- after the scribe of the village Redhorse, who was Sequoyah's father. The village was located on Sumac River in Rutherford County, North Carolina. Commonly referred to in literature as Soquee, Serowee, Skeequoyah, and Talohtefke.], birthplace of Sequoyah, remained unconquered. ...
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