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About the Arapaho Indians __ A general overview of the Arapaho. - From -

Arapaho Cultural Lessons on Respect __ Arapaho cultural lessons. - From -

Arapaho __ An encyclopedic article with links to related materials. - illustrated - From wikipedia -

Arapaho __ Definition and collection of encyclopedic articles about the Arapaho. - From -    

The Arapaho - Great Buffalo Hunters of the Plains __ A good overview of the Arapho including information about the split into Northern and Southern groups, culture, daily life, ceremonies and more. - illustrated - From -


Arapaho Indian History __ "According to the tradition of the Arapaho they were once a sedentary, agricultural people, living far to the northeast of their more recent habitat, apparently about the Red River Valley of northern Minnesota."  A brief overview plus a good assortment of links to other resources. - From -

The Arapaho Language Project __ "This site provides a progressive, pedagogical grammar designed for students learning the Arapaho language. The grammar is divided into 29 sections, each containing one or more individual lessons that are designed to be completed in order." - From - 

Arapaho Lands ___A good history of the Arapaho, beginning with their creation story and ending in 1861. There is a link to relevant treaties. - Text only - From Ethel Taylor - 

Arapaho Literature ___Four short legends from the Arapaho Nation. - Text only - From Glenn Welker - 


Arapaho Moccasins ___A description of these moccasins and instructions (with patterns) for making them. - Illustrated - From the Museum and Research Center of the American Mountain Men - 

The Arapaho Tribe ___A report from the 1898 Indian Congress in Omaha, Nebraska. - Illustrated - From the Omaha Public Library -

The Arapaho Tribe __ "The Araphoe are considered to be buffalo hunters of the plains but also have traditions of a time when they lived in the east and planted corn."  A brief overview. - From -


Ethnologue: Arapaho ___Demographic information about the Arapaho language. - Text only - From Ethnologue: Languages of the World -

Facts For Kids: Arapaho Indians ___Several questions and their answers are presented here in simple, straightforward language. Links within the text will take you to further information. A few Arapaho Indian photos with the text - illustrated - From Native Americans for Kids -

History of the Northern Arapaho Tribe __ "The Arapaho Tribe apparently migrated into its historical homelands of Colorado and Wyoming from the northeast. Tribal history tells of a crossing of a great frozen river to the north sometime in the past, which likely may have been the Missouri." An outline of Arapaho history. - From -

Imaging and Imagining the Ghost Dance ___"1890s photo documentary of the Arapaho Ghost Dance." - Illustrated - From James Mooney -


Information on the Arapaho Indian Culture ___"Find out about the way of life, history, culture, heritage and current situation regarding the Arapaho Indian Nation." - Text only - From PageWise, Inc. - 

Lesson Planning, Lesson Plan Formats and Lesson Plan Ideas __ Learn how to produce a lesson plan and not just for Indian tribes either. - From - 

Northern Arapaho Tribe ___Information about the people of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming. The 'Current News and Information' contains such topics as history and location. - Illustrated - From the Northern Arapaho Tribe -

Wind River Country : Northern Arapaho Tribe __ "The Northern Arapaho tribe of Wyoming is one of four groups of Arapaho who originally occupied the headwaters of the Arkansas and Platte Rivers in what is now northeastern Colorado."  An overview of the tribe and its history. - illustrated - From -


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