Arikara

  • (noun): A member of the Caddo people who formerly lived in the Dakotas west of the Missouri river.
    Synonyms: Aricara
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on arikara:

Arikara Language
... Arikara is a Caddoan language spoken by the Arikara people, who reside primarily at Fort Berthold reservation in North Dakota ... Arikara is very close to the Pawnee language, but they are not mutually intelligible ... Arikara is now spoken in North Dakota by a very few elders ...
Arikara People - History
... In previous centuries, the Arikara were a semi-nomadic people who lived on the Great Plains of the United States of America for several hundred years ... Traditionally an Arikara family owned 30–40 dogs ... Due to their reduced numbers, the Arikara started to live closer to the Mandan and Hidatsa tribes in the same area for mutual protection ...
History Of South Dakota - Early Inhabitants - Arikara
... The Arikara, also known as the Ree, began arriving from the south in the 16th century ... Although they would at times travel to hunt or trade, the Arikara were far less nomadic than many of their neighbors, and lived for the most part in permanent villages ... Each village had a semi-autonomous political structure, with the Arikara's various subtribes being connected in a loose alliance ...
Bloody Knife
... Army." Bloody Knife was born to a Hunkpapa Sioux father and an Arikara mother around 1840 ... he left his village with his mother to live with the Arikara tribe ...
Comanche History - Fighting, 1700-1800 - Lakota, Cheyenne, Arikara, Pawnee, Kansa, and Osage
... fighting the Lakota and Cheyenne near the Black Hills and raiding the Arikara villages along the Missouri River ...

More definitions of "Arikara":

  • (noun): The Caddoan language spoken by the Arikara people.
    Synonyms: Aricara