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The culture of the Cheyenne Indians of the American Great Plains.
The Cheyenne Tribe, more commonly known as the Plains Indians, highly evolved through time due to the contributions of the Spaniards to the south and the other Europeans that came from the east. These contributions aided in the thriving of the Cheyenne, as hunting buffalo before the arrival of the horse was "not a productive enough enterprise to support a large population" (Service 114).
This evolution from being an agriculturally based society to being "mounted buffalo hunters" (Service 112) was a key to sustaining the lifestyle and culture of the Cheyenne people. The clim…
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