The Cheyenne PeopleBook - 2015
The remarkable Cheyenne have adapted to many changes throughout their history. In the 1700s, they shifted from an agricultural lifestyle to one focusing on hunting buffalo on the Great Plains. They had to adapt again in the 1870s after they were forced onto reservations. Readers will be introduced to the rich culture of the Northern and Southern Cheyenne through fascinating facts about their language, tribal societies, traditional clothing, and life on the reservations then and now. Historic photographs and colorful maps support the valuable insights into this important native people.
Publisher: New York :, Gareth Stevens Publishing,, 
Edition: First edition
Branch Call Number: J 978.004 S272c 2015
Characteristics: 32 pages illustrations (some color), color map ; 23 cm