Cheyenne Indians Essays and Term Papers

  • CHEYENNE INDIANS

    the Americans met the Cheyenne Indians they were living on the Great Plains of South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas. The U.S. government forced the Cheyenne’s to move to Oklahoma during the 1800’s which the Cheyenne’s called “The Trail of Tears”. Some Cheyenne Indians escaped to the North...

    406 Words | 2 Pages

  • CHEYENNE INDIANS

    the Americans met the Cheyenne Indians they were living on the Great Plains of South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas. The U.S. government forced the Cheyenne’s to move to Oklahoma during the 1800’s which the Cheyenne’s called “The Trail of Tears”. Some Cheyenne Indians escaped to the North...

    406 Words | 2 Pages

  • CHEYENNE INDIANS

    the Americans met the Cheyenne Indians they were living on the Great Plains of South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas. The U.S. government forced the Cheyenne’s to move to Oklahoma during the 1800’s which the Cheyenne’s called “The Trail of Tears”. Some Cheyenne Indians escaped to the North...

    406 Words | 2 Pages

  • CHEYENNE INDIANS

    the Americans met the Cheyenne Indians they were living on the Great Plains of South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas. The U.S. government forced the Cheyenne’s to move to Oklahoma during the 1800’s which the Cheyenne’s called “The Trail of Tears”. Some Cheyenne Indians escaped to the North...

    406 Words | 2 Pages

  • Cheyenne Indians

    Cheyenne Indians, an important Plains tribe, speaking a language belonging to the Algonkian family. Their name is derived from the Sioux Indian word that means "people of alien speech." In 1804 the explorers Lewis and Clark met the Cheyenne tribe near the Black Hills of South Dakota, but there is evidence...

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  • The Cheyenne Indians

    The Cheyenne Indians- Tribe of Algonkian linguistic stock, whose name means "red talker", or "people of a different speech", lived, and hunted on the hills and prairies alongside the Missouri and Red rivers. In the 1700s, after acquiring horses from the Spanish like the Comanche Indians before them...

    432 Words | 2 Pages

  • CHEYENNE INDIANS

    the Americans met the Cheyenne Indians they were living on the Great Plains of South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas. The U.S. government forced the Cheyenne’s to move to Oklahoma during the 1800’s which the Cheyenne’s called “The Trail of Tears”. Some Cheyenne Indians escaped to the North...

    406 Words | 2 Pages

  • CHEYENNE INDIANS

    the Americans met the Cheyenne Indians they were living on the Great Plains of South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas. The U.S. government forced the Cheyenne’s to move to Oklahoma during the 1800’s which the Cheyenne’s called “The Trail of Tears”. Some Cheyenne Indians escaped to the North...

    406 Words | 2 Pages

  • CHEYENNE INDIANS

    the Americans met the Cheyenne Indians they were living on the Great Plains of South Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas. The U.S. government forced the Cheyenne’s to move to Oklahoma during the 1800’s which the Cheyenne’s called “The Trail of Tears”. Some Cheyenne Indians escaped to the North...

    406 Words | 2 Pages

  • Cheyenne Indian Tribe

    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...

    1644 Words | 5 Pages

  • Cheyenne indian battle techniques

    often said that Indians at war are a howling, unorganized mob, each man for himself. This is not true in general, and certainly not true of the Cheyennes. The tactics for battle were carefully planned by the leaders, and when faithfully carried out often resulted in success. The Cheyennes did not aim for...

    892 Words | 3 Pages

  • The culture of the Cheyenne Indians of the American Great Plains.

    The Cheyenne The Cheyenne Tribe, more commonly known as the Plains Indians, highly evolved through time due to the contributions of the Spaniards to the south and the other Europeans that came from the east. These contributions aided in the thriving of the Cheyenne, as hunting buffalo before the arrival...

    1329 Words | 4 Pages

  • Cheyenne

    Contents Reading Introduction. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Sample Reading Selections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Objective 1: Basic Understanding . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 What Is a...

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  • Cheyenne

    history. The Aztec empire was mainly several Mexica Native Americans, but present day people just call the Mexicas and the Empire, Aztec. The Mexica Indians, according to legend, came from Atzlan-Chicomoztoc to the Valley of Mexico. According to the legend, they moved from Atzlan to Chicomoztoc in AD 1100...

    2017 Words | 6 Pages

  • Cheyennes English Paper 451

    Cheyenne Thurfield Professor Berger English 121 Section 401 October 7th, 2014 Literary explication/argument “It doesn't matter what you do, he said, so long as you change something from the way it was before you touched it into something that's like you after you take your hands away.” In Ray...

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  • My Hike to Cheyenne Mountain

    My Hike at Cheyenne Mountain One of my favorite activities to do before starting my day on the weekends is to take a hike in Cheyenne Mountain. My mind will clear, and it helps me prepare for whatever may happen during that day. It makes me appreciate the simple elements in life a lot more....

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  • Cheyenne Native American Civiliztion

    W. History 11 October 2010 The Cheyenne Civilization A land undiscovered to the world, so rich with its natural beauty that many have settled in parts around it. One of which was the Cheyenne Tribe (TSE-TSEHESE-STAESTSE), during the mid 17th century. The Cheyenne were nomadic, roaming about from...

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  • Cheyennes English Paper 451

    Cheyenne Thurfield Professor Berger English 121 Section 401 October 7th, 2014 Literary explication/argument “It doesn't matter what you do, he said, so long as you change something from the way it was before you touched it into something that's like you after you take your hands away.” In Ray...

    933 Words | 3 Pages

  • Children In Cheyenne Comp 1

    Children in Cheyenne, Wyoming are getting free bags full of nutritious food on Fridays to make sure they are eating well over the weekend. Friday Food Bag Foundation has been providing these bags to the children most in need and vulnerable to malnutrition since 2010.  Before becoming a registered nonprofit...

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  • The Indians

    The Teton Sioux Indians are the nation people in North American. They are also known as Lokota and Titunwan. Their tribe name means sneak or enemy. They are the indigenous people of the Great Plains. Teton people are part of a confederation of seven related Sioux tribe. They were agriculturalist. Around...

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