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Oklahoma (Oklahoma, United States) (search for this): entry arapahoe-indians
Arapahoe Indians, One of the five tribes constituting the Blackfeet confederacy, residing near the headwaters of the Arkansas and Platte rivers. They were great hunters, and fifty years age numbered 10,000 souls. With the disappearance of the buffalo they have rapidly decreased. In 1900 one branch, numbering 1.011, was located in Oklahoma, and a second, numbering 829, in Wyoming. arbitration
Arkansas (United States) (search for this): entry arapahoe-indians
Arapahoe Indians, One of the five tribes constituting the Blackfeet confederacy, residing near the headwaters of the Arkansas and Platte rivers. They were great hunters, and fifty years age numbered 10,000 souls. With the disappearance of the buffalo they have rapidly decreased. In 1900 one branch, numbering 1.011, was located in Oklahoma, and a second, numbering 829, in Wyoming. arbitration
Platte River (Missouri, United States) (search for this): entry arapahoe-indians
Arapahoe Indians, One of the five tribes constituting the Blackfeet confederacy, residing near the headwaters of the Arkansas and Platte rivers. They were great hunters, and fifty years age numbered 10,000 souls. With the disappearance of the buffalo they have rapidly decreased. In 1900 one branch, numbering 1.011, was located in Oklahoma, and a second, numbering 829, in Wyoming. arbitration
Wyoming (Wyoming, United States) (search for this): entry arapahoe-indians
Arapahoe Indians, One of the five tribes constituting the Blackfeet confederacy, residing near the headwaters of the Arkansas and Platte rivers. They were great hunters, and fifty years age numbered 10,000 souls. With the disappearance of the buffalo they have rapidly decreased. In 1900 one branch, numbering 1.011, was located in Oklahoma, and a second, numbering 829, in Wyoming. arbitration
Arapahoe Indians, One of the five tribes constituting the Blackfeet confederacy, residing near the headwaters of the Arkansas and Platte rivers. They were great hunters, and fifty years age numbered 10,000 souls. With the disappearance of the buffalo they have rapidly decreased. In 1900 one branch, numbering 1.011, was located in Oklahoma, and a second, numbering 829, in Wyoming. arbitration