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Ha'anahawunena (Hananaxawuune'nan)

"Ha'anahawunena" is the name of one of the important historical divisions of the Arapaho tribe, and also the name of the Arapahoan language they once spoke. The Ha'anahawunena language was never well recorded, and it's not clear whether it was an Arapaho dialect or a closely related language. Most Ha'anahawunena descendants today live among the Northern Arapaho in Wyoming.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Ha'anahawunena tribe and language:

 Arapaho language
 Arapaho
 Northern Arapahoe
 Arapaho pronunciation
 Arapaho words
 Algonquian languages
 Plains Indians history

Here are a few good books about the Ha'anahawunenas:
 Tell Me, Grandmother: Traditions, Stories, and Cultures of Arapaho People
 Arapaho Journeys
 The Arapaho Language



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