Four Great Rivers to Cross: Cheyenne History, Culture, and Traditions

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Four Great Rivers to Cross: Cheyenne History,
Culture, and Traditions

Author: Patrick M. Mendoza, Ann Strange Owl-Raben, Nico Strange Owl

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Book description:
Presenting a distinct historical perspective, these intriguing stories chronicle the history and culture of a people we call the Cheyenne (the Tse Tse Stus)-from creation accounts and the introduction of horses to the present. The stories are told as seen through the eyes of Old Nam Shim (which means grandfather) and a little girl named Shadow. Written to present the true story of the Tse Tse Stus, these accounts are accompanied by discussion questions, extension activities, a vocabulary list, and a glossary of Cheyenne terms. They are ideal as a reading supplement for anyone studying Western history, Cheyenne Indian wars, or the anthropology of the Cheyenne people, this book is a valuable resource for multicultural units.

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