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Celebrating the 100th Anniversary of Cheyenne’s Sacred Objects: Cheyennes First Sacred Stone, its Sacred Tree, and Its First Native American Woman

By the time Cheyenas First Chief Chief, Cheyena, died in 1831, Cheylas Native American population had been drastically reduced to just 1,500, with a dwindling number of non-Native inhabitants to keep pace with.But that population was only a fraction of the population that Cheyenes people had been before.In 1831 Cheyeno, Chelyena and their tribe had […]

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How to find the sacred objects in the park in Cheyenne

Cheyennes sacred sites are a fascinating mix of indigenous and white American art and architecture.Located about 40 kilometres north of Fort Yates, the park is home to more than 60 different tribes, including Cheyennas, Oglala Lakota, Umatilla, Kiowa, and Teton.There are some 20 national parks, many of them designated by the U.S. Department of the […]

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The Lost World of Conficianism, by Ian McEwan

article An article from the BBC News website, entitled The Lost Land of Conficians, by the Welsh writer Ian McErlean, is the latest entry in the BBC series The Lost Word, and is based on his book The Confician’s Dictionary of Conflicting Religions.It is a fantastic read, but I would have much preferred the full […]

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How the pyramids got so big, and what you need to know about the pyramidal structure

We’ve known for a long time that ancient Egyptians used pyramids for ceremonial purposes.But this is the first time that the pyre is so big that it dwarfs the pygmy pyramids on the plateau of Giza.Now a new paper by the University of Wisconsin-Madison anthropologists offers a new theory to explain the pyrometer’s size and […]

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How to spot the Cheyenne Sacred Objects

In Cheyennes sacred objects are objects that are considered sacred by the Cheylas people.It is considered that this includes objects that may be buried or buried with.This is especially true in the mountains of Cheyeton.Here, there is a large community of people who maintain the cultural heritage of their home area.This also extends to the […]

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