Cheyenne at the Disappearing Creek Called White Woman–2004

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In what is now western Kansas, there is an area once know as White Woman Basin. In the early days White Woman Creek meandered into the basin and at some point disappeared under the ground. The basin had many pools and springs and was an important source of water for the Southern Cheyenne who ranged throughout the surrounding country. In this scene, a small party of Cheyenne warriors has stopped with their horses for a welcome drink.