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The Arapaho Indians (Inuna-Ina, or “Our People”) were Native American nomadic tribes that, from the 17th century, lived throughout the plains of Colorado, Wyoming, Nebraska, and Kansas. They followed and hunted buffalo and also survived on elk, deer, fish, chokeberries, and, ...

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