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So, What Is the Arapaho Language?
Arapaho is an Algonquin language that originated with the Arapaho tribe of northern Minnesota. It is believed that Arapaho-speaking people entered the northern plains around the start of the 1700s, coming west from the Great Lakes.
Once a stationary and agriculturally focused tribe, the Arapahos began migrating westward towards the Great Plains in the 1800s due to European expansion. The Arapaho tribe then split into two divisions, becoming the Northern Arapaho and the Southern Arapaho. This forced migration also resulted in the once-settled Arapahos adopting a nomadic lifestyle. Their home sites soon became determined by the traveling buffalo herds.
Living in teepees and creating their own weapons, the Arapaho people became experts in hunting buffalo. They learned to use every part of the animal to provide themselves with everything they needed. The Arapahos also kept ceremonial traditions and religious practices alive, such as their life-renewal ceremony, the Sun Dance.
In 1851, the Northern Arapahos signed a treaty with the U.S. Government, which granted the tribe land in Wyoming, Colorado, Kansas, and Nebraska. Then, in 1892, the remaining 1,144 Arapaho tribe members each received an allotment of 160 acres to form a reservation.
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