157, Volume I). Furthermore, Grinnell suggests the possibility that Cheyenne women may have played more prominent roles in the political decision-making and spiritual activities of the tribe but if so, their roles would have changed over time.  were two Cheyenne women warriors who should not be overlooked.
In Hoebel’s account, Cheyenne women did not go into battle, were not medicine women, and were never tribal leaders.
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However, Grinnell suggests otherwise in his The Cheyenne Indians: Their History and Ways of Life.
There are accounts of women fighting, charging the enemy and counting coup (Grinnell, p.