The Cheyenne began as farmers in the Great Lakes area, but migrated to the Plains where they became nomadic hunters. This remarkable people has seen great hardship and conflict throughout their past, including a role in the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Yet, an irrepressible spirit helped the culture survive to modern times. This noteworthy book focuses on this important native culture of which thousands of descendants still live in the United States. The accessible narrative includes an overview of Cheyenne history, their traditions, and their way of life in modern times.
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