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Wyoming
   state capital is   
Cheyenne
Bronco
   is a spin-off from   
Cheyenne
Dull Knife
   was chief of the   
Cheyenne
Little Wolf
   was chief of the   
Cheyenne
Roman Nose
   was chief of the   
Cheyenne
Wolf Robe
   was chief of the   
Cheyenne
The Beaches of Cheyenne
   is featured on   
Fresh Horses
Cheyenne
   people are native to   
The U.S.A.
Joined the Sioux to defeat Custer. They were consequently defeated and removed to Oklahoma
The Beaches of _____
   -   
Cheyenne
Garth Brooks
Two Moons
   is famous for being a   
Cheyenne Warrior and Peace Negotiator
Ishaynishus: better translated as "Two Months"
Cheyenne
   is situated in   
Wyoming
Cheyenne
   for 'thank you ' is   
Néá-'eshe
Great Plains Native Americans
Cheyenne
   for "My name is":   
_____ Náheshevéhe
United States
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
   is found in   
The U.S.A.
Colorado, U.S.A. Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is a mountainside zoo, located southwest of Colorado Springs, Colorado on Cheyenne Mountain in the United States. It has a large selection of animals and a panoramic view of the region. It is located adjacent to where Ski Broadmoor used to be located, high above the Broadmoor Hotel. Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is one of only two mountain zoos in the United States (the other being Mill Mountain Zoo in Virginia), and they also claim to have the largest herd of reticulated giraffes in the United States. The animal collection includes over 30 endangered species.
Tsitsistas
   is the original tribal name of the   
Cheyenne
Tsitsistas means "the people". Cheyenne is probably from the Sioux word for the tribe, Šahiyenan, meaning "relatives of the Cree."
The City of Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA
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