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C’Bearing says that other tribes called the Arapaho the “Blue Sky People,” but the name also has significance for a variety of Indigenous communities in the area.
Through the digital mapping tool, they are following the Arapaho people’s journey across the country from the Great Lakes area, where the Arapaho origin story says they came from.
Resurfacing and sharing this essential history, she believes, will raise awareness in the general public and empower Arapaho people through their own stories.
The Strawbridges stayed an extra day in Denver to wait it out, then returned to the trail at Lake Granby, near Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests.
A brief note on the Arapaho is in our volume v, p. 225, note 120.
The southern Arapaho are immigrants, rather than indigen, in their present localities.Opuscula|Robert Gordon Latham
Only a part of the Arapaho, and later some of the Cheyenne, responded and came in.
Three days later the Cheyenne and Arapaho entered into a similar agreement at the same place.
This was the only hostile act committed at the Cheyenne and Arapaho agency during the outbreak (Report, 38).