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    Cheyenne Tribe The Cheyenne tribe originated in Minnesota in the 19th century. Today there are 10,840 members as if 2014. During the Westward expansion the main tribes source of food was Bison.They lived in “reservations” where the goverment them to live in a certain area. Americans helped influence their culture by helping “absorb” them into another different culture. The Cheyenne tribe usually lived in areas around the Great Plains and parts of South Dakota. When it's around summer time they in teepees which are 12-16 feet in diameter.When winter comes around they lived in grass covered prairies. In 1832 the Cheyenne tribe split into two groups, northern and southern. The northern group lived along…

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    Cheyenne Paragraph The Cheyenne were a powerful,resourceful Native American Indian tribe.They often allied with Sioux and Arapaho.The Cheyenne settled along the Missouri River near the Mandan and Arikara tribes.The most Famous chiefs in the Cheyenne tribe included Dull Knife,Chief Roman Nose and Morning Star.There are a band of warriors called the Cheyenne Dog Soldiers.They were extremely courageous and fight to their death to protect their people. They migrated west across the Mississippi…

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    Fifty-two armed men boarded a secret train in North Cheyenne, Wyoming headed for Casper, Wyoming. Made up of prominent men of the Wyoming Stock Growers Association, employees and hired guns from Texas, Idaho and other parts of the United States, the group disembarked the train in Casper and started on horseback to Buffalo, Wyoming. The mission of this mob was to hang 70 men on a list of “rustlers” in the town of Buffalo which was considered a that time to be a haven and hideout for numerous…

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    than the mythos surrounding Custer and the battle of the Little Bighorn. For many Americans, Custer is remembered as a war hero who was “gallantly” vanquished with his men on Last Stand Hill in a forlorn and “heroic” struggle for survival against these “uncouth” and “savage” barbarians. Hence, Custer was deified and enshrined as a “victim” who died in the name of American progress and Western expansion. In a way Custer’s death was used a form of propaganda to justify the brutalities and…

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    One November Morning was created by descendants of survivors of the Sand Creek massacre. The artwork depicts the events of that day. The works by artists Brent Learned (Arapaho), George Curtis Levi (Cheyenne), and BJ Stepp (Cheyenne) focus on the remembrance, honor and strength of their ancestors and leaders. Levi and Learned organized the exhibition which changed slightly at each venue based on which other artists could participate. In order to create this exhibition, Levi and Learned…

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    Of the many Native American tribes that lived in Oklahoma were the Cheyenne tribe. They settled in present-day Minnesota, Montana, Oklahoma, and parts of Colorado, Wyoming, and South Dakota. They were farmers along the Sheyenne River valley. Therefore, they were able to settle in villages and develop a somewhat civilized culture. The Cheyenne tribe holds a great legacy and culture that still exists today (Alchin). After the move westward by the French to the Great Plains, their culture had…

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    With Indian forces combined, Custer had no chance. In the Battle of Little Bighorn, Crazy Horse and his ally, Chief Sitting Bull, led their combined forces of Sioux and Cheyenne to a stunning victory over Lieutenant Colonel George Custer and his men. The Indians were resisting the U.S. government’s efforts to force them back to their reservations. Finally the Custer was defeated but later on the U.S.A military pushed them into reservations and if they didn’t they were considered…

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    Kiowa ranged north of the Wichita Mountains. The Kiowa and Comanche controlled a vast expanse of territory from the Arkansas River to the Brazos River. The enemies of the Kiowa were usually the enemies of the Comanche. To the east, there was warfare with the Osage and Pawnee.In the early 18th[dubious – discuss] century, the Cheyenne and Arapaho began camping on the Arkansas River and new warfare broke out. In the south of the Kiowa and Comanche were Caddoan speakers, but the Kiowa and Comanche…

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    The individual I chose for my curious conversation was my supervisor, Cheyenne Jeffrey. Cheyenne has been in banking for 35 five years and has been a part of many changes within the banking world from innovation in technology, merging over to different owners and working with different direct reports and leaders. With this career there is a lot of change due to so much competition so I had the pleasure to interview Mrs. Jeffrey and learn more about how she dealt with influences, challenges and…

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    many Sioux and Cheyenne left their reservations, frustrated with the U.S. Government and the infringement of treaties and with white settlers encroaching into the sacred land in the Black Hills in search of gold. Seven thousand Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho assembled in the summer of 1876 on the banks of the Little Bighorn River, (King, 2016). During this time the Secretary of War, J.D. Cameron reported to the U.S. Senate and President in 1876, “The true Policy, in my judgment, is to send troops…

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