CSI tries to figure who is responsible for the death of the chief of a Native American tribe that was one of the original inhabitants of Manhattan.
Did You Know?
In the first and last shots of the screen on which Stella is viewing the pages of Amos Delaware's journal, the left side of the screen is showing the journal script (Canadian Aboriginal script) and the right side is showing a layout of the Cherokee syllabic alphabet. The Cherokee script was invented around 1810 by Sequoyah, who, while not able to read any of the European languages brought to America, had access to books printed in English, Latin and Greek, so that some symbols resemble letters from those languages but with different sound values (for example, 'S' = 'du', 'Z' = 'no' and a Greek upper case gamma = 'hu'). Sequoyah spent twelve years refining his system, and by 1828 there were newspapers and books being printed in Cherokee. It can be seen in use today in parts of Oklahoma and North Carolina. See more
The inhabitants of Manhattan at the time of European arrival were the Lenape. The Montequans are an invention of the writers. See more
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