Citations with the tag: ARAPAHO Indians
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- Legal bills for voting rights case exceed $880K.
NEARY, BEN // Native American Times; 10/1/2010, Vol. 16 Issue 40, p1
The article reports on the more that 880,000 dollars being charged by lawyers representing Northern Arapaho and Eastern Shoshone tribe members who won a 2005 voting rights lawsuit against Fremont County, Wyoming.
- Left Hand, the Younger.
NEARY, BEN // Rourke's Native American History & Culture Encyclopedia; May2009, Issue 5, p36
Information on Left Hand, the Younger, who was a Southern Arapaho chief, is presented.
Sepehri, Sandy // Rourke's Native American History & Culture Encyclopedia; Jan2009, Issue 1, p18
A brief description of the term "Arapaho" which refers to the horse-riding buffalo hunters is presented.
- Judge dismisses Northern Arapaho Tribe's suit.
Sepehri, Sandy // Native American Times; 10/16/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 41, p3
The article discusses the dismissal of the case filed against the state of Wyoming and Fremont County by the Northern Arapaho Tribe. The lawsuit was discontinued due to lack of consent to participate from the U.S. Government and the Eastern Shoshone tribe. The Northern Arapaho Tribal Council...
- Sand Creek Site Donated to Indians.
Dougherty, Ryan // National Parks; Jul/Aug2002, Vol. 76 Issue 5/6, p12
Reports that Southwest Entertainment Inc. has agreed to buy land at the center of the Sand Creek Massacre site in Chivington, Colorado and donate it to the Cheyenne-Arapho Tribes of Oklahoma. Plan of the U.S. Park Service for the land; Brief history of the Sand Creek Massacre; Importance of the...
- C&A Tribes get $15 million energy settlement.
Dougherty, Ryan // Native American Times; 11/2/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 43, p3
The article reports that the Native American tribes Cheyenne and Arapaho are set to receive over 15 million U.S. dollars from Oklahoma City-based natural gas company Chesapeake Energy Corp. that will cover severance taxes, penalties and interest on leases held by the tribes.
- Here Comes the judge.
Kauger, Yvonne // Oklahoma Today; May/Jun2006, Vol. 56 Issue 3, p26
The article presents an interview with Yvonne Kauger, the Oklahoma Supreme Court justice representing the fourth district, Kauger is an adopted member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes and founded the Gallery of the Plains Indian in Colony. When asked about one piece of wisdom he could impart...
- C&A OSBI agent inducted into Law Enforcement Hall of Fame.
Kauger, Yvonne // Native American Times; 1/25/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p4
The article reports that Harvey Pratt, a forensic scientist of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and a citizen of the Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribe, was inducted into the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Hall of Fame along with five other law enforcement officers from across the state.
- BIA to 'monitor' Cheyenne Arapaho election.
KREHBIEL-BURTON, LENZY // Native American Times; 5/17/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 19, p1
The article reports that the Bureau of Indian Affairs will be involved in the 2013 election of Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes in Oklahoma as requested by Tribal Councils through provision of technical assistance and monitoring.
- Wanna Get Away?
HOOD, BOB // Texas Sporting Journal; Jul/Aug2013, p12
In this article, the author compares the experience of fishing guide Billy Kilpatrick of catching fishes from the river with the ancient times of Ute and Arapaho Indians on the Steamboat Springs surrounded by the Yampa valley in Colorado. It informs that the springs provide several outdoor...
- Arapahoe Moccasins with Thunderbird Designs.
Kostelnik, Michael // Whispering Wind; 2010, Vol. 39 Issue 5, p19
The article focuses on the Arapahoe and Cheyenne moccasins with thunderbird designs. It states that the Southern Arapahoe tribe is joined with the Southern Cheyenne band in cities in Oklahoma and are both Algonkian speaking Woodlands people living in the Great Lakes area. It mentions that the...
- Plains Indian Women's Work Bags.
Green, Richard // Whispering Wind; 2014, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p6
The article offers information on the envelope-shaped work bag used by Plains Indian women. It states that these bags are primarily for indigenous use rather than for commercial sale and used by the Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapahoe to hold sewing equipment. It further mentions that these bags are...
- Bilingual Curriculum among the Northern Arapaho: Oral Tradition, Literacy, and Performance.
Cowell, Andrew // American Indian Quarterly; Winter2002, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p24
Suggests that Northern Arapaho language classrooms, led by Native-speaking elders, offer the best example within the culture of how traditional practices of oral performance can be mediated via written materials. Socio-economics of bilingual curriculum production on a reservation;...
- Tribes honored for preserving Okla. battlefield.
HINES, ROCHELLE // Native American Times; 10/23/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 42, p1
The article announces that the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes were presented the Preservation Honor Award for their work on the Washita Battlefiled, by the National Trust on October 15, 2009 at the 2009 National Preservation Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
- Struggle for Power: The Impact of Southern Cheyenne and Arapaho "Schoolboys" on Tribal Politics.
Berthrong, Donald J. // American Indian Quarterly; Winter92, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
Discusses how the creation of a general council comprised of members from the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes helped formulate the 1929 constitution which sought to guarantee the rights of every member of both tribes. 1937 Oklahoma Indian Welfare Act (OIWA); Tribal leaders concerns; Opposition to...
- Wind River Hotel & Casinos Laundry & â€¦.
Over, Ernie // Wyoming Business Report; Nov2011, Vol. 12 Issue 9, p3
The article reports on the opening of the Wind River Casino in Riverton, Wyoming in January 2012. A background is presented on the beginnings of the Wind River which reportedly started as a bingo operation in 1991. It discusses the employment opportunities for the reservation community offered...
- A LONG WAY from the BUFFALO ROAD.
Sweezy, Carl; Bass, Althea // American Heritage; Oct1966, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p22
Presents paintings and records on traditions of the Arapaho Indians in the U.S. Role of Brinton Darlington of the Society of Friends and Quakers in the Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation; Common chores and occupations of white men taught by Darlington to the Arapaho Indians; Description of an Arapaho...
- Indian tribe uses tradition to combat suicides.
Mast, Tom; Star-Tribune, Casper // Confederated Umatilla Journal; Nov2011, Vol. 15 Issue 11, p52
The article reports on the application of an Arapaho Indian tribes' tradition to fight suicides in their community in the U.S. Arapaho elders Nelson White Sr. and Crawford White mentions that the cycle of death among their fellow Indians was halted through prayers and offerings which were made...
- Cheyenne, Arapaho Tribes move forward on wind farm.
EVANS, MURRAY // Native American Times; 4/29/2011, Vol. 17 Issue 17, p3
The article reports on how the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes are working with West Wind Energy LLC on the installation of wind turbines in Concho, Oklahoma that will power a casino, hospital, and tribal operations.
- Northern Arapaho push federal appeal of taxation.
Neary, Ben // Native American Times; 5/11/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 19, p3
The article discusses the 2012 legal claim filed by the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming that tribal members should be exempt from state and Freemont County land taxes on land owned within the Wind River Indian Reservation.
- Regretful Renegade Robert North.
J. K. // Wild West; Dec2011, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p60
The article recounts how Robert North, a longtime trapper who married an Arapaho Indian woman and a spy for white officials in Colorado Territory, may have instigated Sand Creek, the worst massacre on Indians in the history of the West that led to the slaughter of 160 friendly Cheyennes and...
- C&A election filing period begins.
J. K. // Native American Times; 5/10/2013, Vol. 19 Issue 18, p2
The article reports with the election filing period coming up May 1, 2013 and the dissolved alliance between elected leaders of the American Native Tribes Cheyenne and Arapaho, the Bureau of Indian Affairs has been formally requested to conduct and ensure a fair and unbiased election process.
J. K. // American Indian Report; Dec2005, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p3
This section presents news briefs related to issues involving the American Indian population in the U.S. as of December 2005. The officials of the Shoshone and Arapaho tribes are exploring the benefits of creating a minerals development company. The Turning Stone Resort and Casino Restaurants...
- Native Americans of the Midwest Overview.
J. K. // First Americans: Legends, Folklore & Myths Across the U.S.A.; 2008, p49
The article features the Native Americans of the Midwest. The people in the area comprises of large Native American tribes including Arapaho, Cheyenne, Chickasaw, Chippewa, Dakota, Fox, Huron, Illinois, Iowa, Iroquois, Kickapoo and Lakota. Most of these tribes lived along rivers and farmed while...
- Let it Ride.
Burrows, Kate // Food & Drink; Mar/Apr2008, Vol. 7 Issue 2, p68
The article features the Lucky Star Casino in Concho, Oklahoma, with focus on its food service. It is noted that the casino, which is owned and operated by the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes of Oklahoma, has become an entertainment destination for locals and tourists alike. Van Tran, the Food and...
- Remember the Arapaho and Cheyenne.
Wheeler, Linda // Civil War Times; Aug2007, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p7
The article reports that the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site in Denver was revealed to mark the area where a battalion of the 1st Colorado Cavalry and a detachment of New Mexico Infantry on November 29-30, 1864, killed at least 150 Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. The memorial was...
- Tribe: Bald eagle permit a victory for tradition.
Neary, Ben // Native American Times; 3/23/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 12, p1
The article reports that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service gave permission to the Northern Arapaho Tribe in Wyoming to kill two bald eagles as part of their religious ceremony on March 9, 2012.
Fowler, Loretta // Encyclopedia of North American Indians (Houghton Mifflin); 1996, p32
The Arapahos probably moved onto the western plains from the woodlands area near the Great Lakes, for they exhibit many traditions similar to Algonquian-speaking groups of that region. During the eighteenth century there were allegedly several divisions of Arapahos, which ranged from the...
- TREATY OF FORT LARAMIE (1868).
Fowler, Loretta // Encyclopedia of North American Indians (Houghton Mifflin); 1996, p647
An agreement made by the United States with several bands of Sioux and Arapahos, the 1868 Treaty of Fort Laramie brought temporary peace to the northern plains following Red Cloud's War of 1866 to 1868. The 1868 treaty had four parts. The first pledged both sides to peace. The second reserved...
- Arapaho Style Moccasins.
Jensen, Brian E. // Whispering Wind; 2014, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p24
The article offers the author's view on Arapaho moccasins. He mentions the challenge of differentiating them from Sioux and Cheyenne footwear due to the close alignment of the tribes. An overview of the moccasins he bought at the Old Barn auction in Findlay, Ohio which feature seed and glass...
- Wyoming (WY).
Jensen, Brian E. // World Almanac & Book of Facts; 2009, p1509
An encyclopedia entry about the state of Wyoming is presented. The state was occupied by the Cheyenne, Oglala Sioux, and Arapaho peoples, and now has a population of 522,830 as of 2007 living in a land with a total area of 97,814 square miles. Wyoming's economy is being supported by industries...
- Indians of Colorado.
Sholar, Allison // Monkeyshines on America; Jun1998 Colorado Issue, p5
The article presents information on Indians of Colorado. The history of Indians of Colorado began with a people known as the Anasazi or Pueblos. These people lived in Colorado beginning almost 2000 years ago. They developed a rich and complex culture in which they carved stone houses into cliffs...
- Tribal College Offers Elders' Teaching Class.
Sholar, Allison // Tribal College Journal; Summer2007, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p36
The article reports on a collaboration between Wind River College in Ethete, Wyoming and the Northern Arapaho Council of Elders. The collaboration was developed to create a program to teach the Arapaho language to residents of all ages on the Wind River Reservation. The idea for the language...
- Campbell Considering Hearing on Okla. Tribes' Request.
Sholar, Allison // American Indian Report; Jun2004, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p10
Reports on the plan of U.S. Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell to conduct a hearing in the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on a request by the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes to build a casino in Colorado as of June 2004. Position of Colorado Governor Bill Owens on the proposal to build a casino in...
- The Indian Trail of Broken Treaties.
Michno, Gregory // Wild West; Aug2006, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p38
The article provides information on several broken treaties between North American Indian tribes and the U.S. government. After the formation of the Treaty of Fort Laramie and the Treaty of Horse Creek in 1851, an attack against the Crow Indians in Wyoming and Montana was initiated by the Lakota...
- Wives and Husbands: Gender and Age in Southern Arapaho History.
osburn, Katherine M. B. // Western Historical Quarterly; Winter2011, Vol. 42 Issue 4, p530
The article reviews the book "Wives and Husbands: Gender and Age in Southern Arapaho History," by Loretta Fowler, part of the New Directions in Native American Studies Series.
- The Four Hills of Life (Book).
Nesper, Larry // Western Historical Quarterly; Winter2002, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p490
Reviews the book 'The Four Hills of Life: Northern Arapaho Knowledge and Life Movement,' by Jeffrey D. Anderson.
- Expired Quiet Title Act Deadline Prevents Indian Tribes From Reclaiming Government Lands.
Nesper, Larry // Land Use Law Report; 2009, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p33
The article discusses a court case wherein the Cheyenne Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma filed a case against the U.S. government for quiet title to the land in Fort Reno, Oklahoma in 2006. The entry notes that the government moved for a dismissal of the case due to lack of subject matter...
- IMPRESSIONS OF THE INDIANS GAINED BY EARLY AMERICAN EXPLORERS OF EASTERN COLORADO.
CROPLEY, GEORGE I. // Southwestern Lore; Mar1951, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p49
The article presents an overview of the interactions and impressions of the Native American tribes of eastern Colorado at the time of initial American exploration in the early 19th-century. Accounts are given of the Arapaho, Cheyenne, Kiowa, and Comanche tribes in their relations with American...
- Gaming Commission Rejects, then Finally Approves, Casino Management Contract.
CROPLEY, GEORGE I. // Native American Law Digest; Jun2007, Vol. 17 Issue 6, p8
The article focuses on the decision of the National Indian Gaming Commission to finally approve a contract between Southwest Casino and Hotel Corp. to manage the Cheyenne and Arapaho tribes' casino. The commission had previously rejected the contract saying that the tribes bypassed a requirement...
- The mysterious deaths of three Arapaho teenage girls.
GIAGO, TIM // Native American Times; 11/13/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 45, p5
In this article the author discusses the mysterious death of three teenage girls, Ohetica Win Elyxis Gardner, Alexandria White Plume, and Winter Rose Thomas. The three are members of the Northern Arapaho Tribe of Wyoming. The bodies of the three girls were found at the Beaver Creek housing...
- With Mackenzie in the Texas Panhandle.
Hatfield, Charles A. P.; Cozzens, Peter // Eyewitness to the Indian Wars, Volume 3; 2003, p545
This article presents an excerpt focusing on the military campaign of the 4th U.S. Calvary led by Colonel Ranald S. Mackenzie against several Comanche, Kiowa, Southern Cheyenne, and Arapaho Indians in the summer of 1875. Several expeditions were ordered out to take part in a general campaign...
- Eagle kill permit: Shoshone claim closer ties to land.
Hatfield, Charles A. P.; Cozzens, Peter // Native American Times; 7/27/2012, Vol. 18 Issue 29, p1
The article focuses on a dispute between the Northern Arapaho Tribe (NAT) and the Eastern Shoshone Tribe (EST) concerning the NAT's plans to kill bald eagles on the Wind River Indian reservation in Wyoming for religious purposes. It states the EST filed a written argument in federal court in...
Hatfield, Charles A. P.; Cozzens, Peter // Native Peoples Magazine; Jan/Feb2013, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p15
The article presents news briefs related to Native American arts and culture as of January 2013. The Minnesota Historical Society has created a website about the U.S.-Dakota War of 1862. A group of Northern Arapaho artists has formed the Northern Arapaho Artists Society which will address issues...
- INDUSTRY NEWS.
Hatfield, Charles A. P.; Cozzens, Peter // International Gaming & Wagering; Jun2004, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p38
Presents news briefs related to tribal-operated casinos in the U.S. as of June 2004. Decision of a tribal court on the betting license for the steakhouse and bar of the IQ Fund Bismarck in West Fargo, North Dakota; Proposal offered by the Cheyenne Arapaho Tribe to the Colorado coffers on its...
- The 1864 Hungate Family Massacre.
Broome, Jeff // Wild West; Jun2006, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p48
The article presents information on the murder of the family of rancher Nathan Hungate by Plains Indians in Denver City, Colorado Territory. The massacre was said to have fueled resentment against Cheyenne and Arapaho Indians. Territorial Governor John Evans ordered to pursue and punish the...
- RAWHIDE HATS.
Brewer, Bob // Crafts: American Indian Past & Present; 2010, Vol. 8, p34
The article focuses on the designing of rawhide hats that were widespread among tribes of Northern Plateau. It is reported that the use of rawhide hats by the people of Cheyenne, Arapaho and Coeur D' Alene Indians. Rawhide hats were the decorative style of headgear during the 19th century which...
- Tribes Open New College.
Brewer, Bob // Native American Law Digest; Sep2006, Vol. 16 Issue 9, p10
The article reports that the Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian Tribes have opened a college at Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford. The two-year college will temporarily operate under the university until it becomes accredited. The interim president of the college is Henrietta Mann,...
- Broken: A Love Story.
Wood, Summer // Western American Literature; Fall2010, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p329
A review of the book "Broken: A Love Story," by Lisa Jones is presented.
Wood, Summer // Missoula Independent; 7/22/2010, Vol. 21 Issue 30, p19
The article offers information on the Arapaho Ranch in Wyoming which offers organic beef. It notes that American Indian cowboys are the ones who let the cattle graze over the 595,000 acres of grass land. It mentions that the Indians have struck a deal with Whole Foods, but eventually stopped due...