Some articles on cheyenne, southern cheyenne:
... Black Kettle (in Cheyenne Moke-tav-a-to or Mo'ôhtavetoo'o, since 1854 member of the Council of Forty-four and chief of the Wotapio band of Southern Cheyenne, killed by ... Eugene Little Coyote, Northern Cheyenne, former president of the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation St ... David Pendleton Oakerhater, Okuhhatuh or "Making Medicine," Southern Cheyenne (1847–1931), veteran of the Red River War, Fort Marion prisoner of war, ledger artist, deacon of Whirlwind Mission, sun dancer ...
... was originally found in both the Northern and the Southern Cheyenne ... Today it is only among the Southern Cheyenne ... (Ho'néhenótâxeo'o) is the alternate name for the Bowstring Men among the Southern Cheyenne ...
... He was in frequent contact with the Southern Cheyenne during this period ... He learnt from them who Custer was the Southern Cheyenne were very familiar with him from the Battle of Washita River (1868) ... Wooden Leg learned that the Southern Cheyenne had tried to come north to fight with them in the summer of 1876, but had met too much opposition from US soldiers ...
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“Under a world of whistles, wires and steam
Caboose-like they go ruminating through
Ohio, Indianablind baggage
To Cheyenne tagging . . . Maybe Kalamazoo. See Vagagonds”
—Hart Crane (18991932)
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—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)