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Cheyenne-Arapaho try to persevere in the land where buffalo still roam
AUTHOR: Gayle Perez
From the Black Hills of South Dakota to the plains of Colorado and finally the open fields of Oklahoma, the Southern Cheyenne and Arapaho American tribes have endured many hardships and changes throughout history.