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    evolution and changing times of the Cheyenne people, their ways of acquiring food have adapted with new technology and better ways to mass produce food for a vast population. The people of the Cheyenne tribe began as hunters and gatherers. Their main food sources relied on the work that was put in by men and women. The focus of the women was to harvest corn, squash, and beans while the job of the men was to hunt deer and buffalo to satisfy the need for meat for the tribe. After acquiring horses from the

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    really are the Cheyenne Indians? According to historians, they were Indian people who became nomadic and moved to the Great Plains in the 18th century (Berkin 366). Another tribe, the Souix, developed the name of "people of a different language" for the Cheyenne. Some people said that the Cheyenne did not exist until the mid-1600s or at least this is when the earliest known records were found. They are one of the most famous and prominent Plains tribes, too. At first, this tribe moved from the

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    The Cheyenne was one of the most famous tribes of the Native American Indians. They lived on the Great Plains in what is now South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado, and Kansas. During the 1800’s, the U.S. government forced the Cheyennes to move to Oklahoma. Today, there are two Cheyenne tribes. The Southern Cheyenne live in Oklahoma while the Northern Cheyenne settle in Montana. The Cheyenne had an interesting culture and way of life. Boys were taught how to hunt, fish, and fight from their

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    The topic I got to write a research essay on is the Cheyenne tribe. They were a group back then who were really good at farming. This tribe was founded by the Europeans in the early 1600's. While making a living out of farming, they lived in small villages. At first, they lived in the mouth of the Wisconsin River which is now Minnesota. Although, They migrated over time. This tribe was the most westerly group. Cheyenne tribe hunted and gathered different types of foods as well. They

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    On September 28, 1864 my tribe Cheyenne and our sister tribe Arapaho decided that we should end the endless blood battles between us and the whites. We decided that we wanted peace between our two lands and we no longer wanted to see a land stain with blood. As the co-chief of the Cheyenne tribe, with my co-chief Black Kettle and with the chief of Arapaho we went to the whites to negotiate a peace treaty between us and them. As we left the whites territory the chief of Arapaho and I were both ecstatic

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    Waynoka, and I am from the Cheyenne Tribe. Waynoka in my language means sweet water. Just like the water that runs through the rivers that surround and cross through the Plains, my home. Cheyenne means the “relatives of the Cree” but we call ourselves the “Tsitsistas” which means the people. My tribe lives in the plains of Northern America, we lived in the states now known as Montana and Wyoming, but we just called it home. My family was like all the others in the Cheyenne tribe, me being one of two children

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    The Cheyenne tribe were a powerful, resourceful, tribe of the Great Plains. They fought against the Americans when they went to take their land. Within their tribe there were very powerful role model like figures. Some of these leader like figures were Chief Roman Nose and Little Rock. All of the Native American tribes seemed interesting to learn about, but the Cheyenne tribe had a certain charm and dedication to their tribe that none of the of the other tribes seemed to have from the outside looking

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    Cheyenne is an algea-consuming Indian tribe who originally lived by hunting and villris sanking on the western graet Lakes, presumbly near Lake Superior. To Wards the end of the 17th century, they were driven west by neighbors who had acquired firearms from the white. They settlet dowm at the Red River, and came a little later in contact white the bofaste mandan, hidatsa and arikara at the upper missouri River. From them they took up farms and villages (in large farmhouses) Around 1770, the Ojibwaes

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    The Cheyenne tribe was affected the most out all of the Indian tribes. They endured a lot of pain and suffering during the westward expansion. Westward expansion had a negative effect to the Indian tribes. The United States almost wiped out all the Indians in America. Cheyenne’s was pushed around for a long time before they started to rebel. “Even a small mouse has anger.” When the Cheyenne start to rebel they went into war. This became a turn in events to the Cheyenne tribe. Cheyenne tribe lived

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    The flight of the Nez Perce and the Cheyenne Odyssey/Exodus were two equally important parts of American Indian history. Nez Perce and the Northern Cheyenne shared a similar passion of wanting to be left alone in their lands but yet were forced off of them. Where they shared similarity they also had some differences in the specifics of their stories. This short paper will delve into the Nez Perce of the Far West and the Northern Cheyennes of the Great Plains and their truly admirable stories. For

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