Cheyenne

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Synonyms for Cheyenne

the capital and largest city of Wyoming

the Algonquian language spoken by the Cheyenne

a member of a North American Indian people living on the western plains (now living in Oklahoma and Montana)

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His name is spelled differently in different accounts: George Bird Grinnell uses "Bruyere" in George Bird Grinnell, The Cheyenne Indians, 2 vols.
One of my poetry projects is a set of about twenty-five poems reflecting the culture and history of the Southern Cheyenne Indians.
For example in one book written by a doctor who in the late 1800s lived with some of the Cheyenne Indian veterans of the Little Bighorn Fight of June 1876 is the statement the warriors liked the Winchester Model 1873s in .
Travelling misfits including a bank robber, a politician and a dancing girl, come under threat from Cheyenne Indians when their stagecoach is ambushed in the Dakota desert.
40pm) Travelling misfits including a bank robber, a politician and a dancing girl, come under threat from Cheyenne Indians when their stagecoach is ambushed in the Dakota desert.
Each location in the battle between the Sioux and Cheyenne Indians and the US Cavalry forces is identified, clearly mapped, placed in context and then shown, the older print beside the new one.
As warriors, it has been said that Cheyenne Indians "gave out, but never gave up.
One of a group of works by Littleman, Galloping Kiowa or Sweetwater showing Southern Cheyenne Indians The Fourth of March by Kent Monkman Surprise Attack by Charles Schreyvogel
COWBOYS AND INDIANS: Galloping Kiowa or Sweetwater, Southern Cheyenne Indians.
When the detachment came under attack by Sioux and Cheyenne Indians, Collins attempted to rescue a fallen comrade and lost his own life in the effort.
Site of July 1869 battle between 5th Cavalry and Cheyenne Indians.
The 1876 battle saw Sioux and Cheyenne Indians - led by Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse - hand the US army its heaviest defeat on home soil.
In 1868, in eastern Colorado, Cheyenne Indians at the Battle of Beecher Island were led by their chief, Roman Nose.
Soldier Blue, starring Candice Bergen, tells the gory real-life story of the massacre of Cheyenne indians by the US Army at Sand Creek.
The Cheyenne Autumn scene had two Cheyenne Indians, played by Ricardo Montalban and Sal Mineo, talking to a white school teacher.
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