The Cheyenne indian nation

Jordan sorenson


The Cheyenne (shy-ane) first settled in a few parts of north America including: south Dakota, north Dakota, and Minnesota. They lived their for a reason: to keep their crops safe.


They believed in a spirit named Mateo.(In which they believed created everything.) The Cheyenne were great hunters and made many fine bows. They traveled a lot more than other Indian nations. They were called wanderers because they traveled a lot.

Natural Resources

They used frames and buffalo for teepees and sticks for huts.