A Message From
Our Governors

Welcome to the new and improved Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes website. Our hope is that the new site makes it easier than ever to access tribal services, the calendar of events and Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes news. Although the website is designed to be a comprehensive online tribal resource, we also encourage you to continue engaging and participating in our tribal government, activities and cultural events.

While our ancestors sacrificed, prayed and fought for our existence today, they could never have imagined the quality services we are able to provide for our youth, elders, and people, all with just a few clicks of a mouse. And, as our way of life as Tsistsistas and Hinono'ei (Cheyenne and Arapaho) continues to evolve, we always remember "Hohou/Nie'she." (Tomorrow Starts Today).

Reggie Wassana


Gib Miles


News & Events

To watch the livestream events taking place at Ft.
Marion prison in St. Augustine, Florida on Nov. 16 and 17, please click on the links below.

Castillo de San Marcos also known after 1819 as Fort Marion.
Fort Marion was the center of American military operations during the Seminole War that began in 1835 and lasted seven years. During the Civil War, Fort Marion had a brief flurry of excitement when the fort was seized by southern sympathizers in 1861. However, it fell quickly before federal troops and had no further active part in the war between the states. Following the Red River War in 1875, Fort Marion was utilized in the incarceration of 72 Southern Cheyenne, Kiowa, Comanche, Caddo and Arapaho First Americans. The prisoners, trussed in shackles and chains, endured an arduous overland trip by rail from Fort Sill, Oklahoma to Fort Marion.

November 16 1pm link

November 17 9 am link

November 17 7pm link


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