What Did the Cheyenne Indians Eat?

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Cheyenne Indians are a Native American people of the Great Plains, who are of the Algonquian language family. In the past, Cheyenne food consisted of buffalo and deer meat, fish, corn, fruit and berries.
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It depends when you look! Over the past 400 years, the Cheyenne have gone through four stages of culture. First they lived in the Eastern Woodlands and were a sedentary and agricultural
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The Lakota farmed and hunted, but their primary source of food was meat. They followed buffalo herds and used the meat and animal products for food, clothing, tools and shelter. They
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they play hoop and dart game and ring and ping game. Doesn't sound fun at this year... :(. they play hoop and dart game and ring and ping game. Doesn't sound fun at this year... :
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