Cheyenne is a polysynthetic, mainly agglutinative language with `templatic' verbal morphology. An introduction to the Cheyenne verb can be found in my dissertation, Chapter 2. I am in the process of writing up an overview of Cheyenne grammar, and will post it here when it is available.
The official website of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe
A website dedicated to the Cheyenne Language, compiled and maintained by linguist Wayne Leman. This website has information on Cheyenne pronunciation, grammar, texts, and much more.
A collection of Cheyenne texts compiled by linguist Wayne Leman, some of which are glossed.
Three bibliographies of work written on or about Cheyenne; includes ordering information.
The Online version of the Cheyenne Dictionary. By Louise Fisher, Wayne Leman, Leroy Pine Sr., and Marie Sanchez