Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Research

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An important Plains tribe of the great Algonquian family, closely associated with the Cheyenne for at least a century past. They call themselves Iñunaina, about equivalent to ‘our people.’ The name by which they are commonly known is of uncertain derivation, but it may possibly be, as Dunbar suggests, from the Pawnee tirapihu or larapihu, ‘trader.’ By the Sioux and Cheyenne they are called ” Blue-sky men ” or “Cloud men,” the reason for which is unknown. Read more about Arapaho Tribe History.

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Biographies

Bureau of Indian Affairs

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Cemeteries

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Census

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Court Records

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Culture/Customs

Federally Recognized Tribes

Genealogy Help Pages

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian History

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Home Page Links

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Land and Maps

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Language

Mailing Lists

  • NA-NEWBIES – A mailing list for anyone new to Native American Research, all Tribes and Nations.
  • NATIVEAMERICAN-BURIALGROUNDS - Discussing and sharing of information regarding remaining and lost Native American burial grounds in the United States
  • NATIVEAMERICAN-CHIEFSA mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the chiefs of the Native American tribes/nations in the United States. Stories or history of Chiefs in Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean are also welcome.
  • INDIAN TRIBES-LOCATION, One for each state.  Ask questions to find the location of your ancestors
  • INDIAN CEMETERIES, A place to share the location or transcriptions of Indian Cemeteries
  • INDIAN ROLL LIST, List for each of the Indian Rolls, discussion on each of the rolls

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Military

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Newspapers/Obituaries

Other Tribes

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Schools

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Stories

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Treaties

Cheyenne – Arapaho Indian Suggested Reading

The Cheyenne and Arapaho Ordeal: Reservation and Agency Life in the Indian Territory, 1875-1907
This book recounts the reservation period of the Cheyennes and the Arapahoes in western Oklahoma and the following fifteen years. It is an investigation-and an indictment-of the assimilation and reservation policies thrust upon them in the latter half of the nineteenth century, policies that succeeded only in doing enormous damage to sturdy, vital people.
Confined to a reservation in the Indian Territory in 1875, the Southern Cheyennes and their neighbors, the Arapahoes, traditionally hunting and mobile societies, were forced into the federal government’s image of “educated, Christian farmer-citizens.” Lacking the support of adequate appropriations or protective legislation, the Cheyennes’ lives were dominated by hunger, disease, and despair. Continuing niggardliness on the part of Congress in providing adequate agricultural equipment and instruction and an environment hostile to cultivation made agricultural self-sufficiency all but impossible.

Indians of the Pike’s Peak Region
Including an Account of the Battle of Sand Creek, and of Occurrences in El Paso County, Colorado, during the War with the Cheyenne and Arapaho, in 1864 and 1868. For the most part this book is intentionally local in its character. As its title implies, it relates principally to the Indian tribes that have occupied the region around Pike’s Peak during historic times.

 



MLA Source Citation:

AccessGenealogy. Tribal Genealogy Research: Directory of online resources for specific tribes. Web. 2009-2013. AccessGenealogy.com. Web. 25 October 2014. http://www.accessgenealogy.com/native/cheyenne-arapaho-indian-research.htm - Last updated on Apr 14th, 2014


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