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Starrahhe (Star-rah-he)

"Starrahhe" was an alternate historical name for the Arikara tribe, best known for being used in the journals of Lewis and Clark. The origins of this name are unclear; it may have been a band name or a place name in the Arikara language.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Starrahhe tribe and language:

 Arikara language
 Arikara culture
 The Arikara tribe
 Arikara pronunciation
 Caddoan language family
 Plains American Indian

Here are a few good books about the Starrahhes:
 Traditional Narratives of the Arikara Indians
 The Arikara War
 Women of the Earth Lodges

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