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What the 1865 Cheyenne Arapaho Treaty Represents About the United States' Broken Promises to Native Americans

"On the banks of the Arkansas River, 158 years ago, the southern Cheyenne and Arapaho people were made promises of Sand Creek Massacre reparations in 1865 by the treaty of Little Arkansas. The United States government has not fulfilled its obligations of this treaty. We were removed from the land in the previous treaty and moved to present day Oklahoma. The words of our grandparents and…
Source: Red Lake Nation News

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