The road on which we came = Po'i pentun tammen kimmappeh : a history of the western Shoshone /

A hundred fifty years ago, the Western Shoshone occupied a vast area of present-day Nevada - from Idaho in the north to Death Valley in the south. Today, the Newe hold a fraction of their former territory, still practicing native lifeways while accepting many aspects of American culture. Their story...

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Main Author: Crum, Steven J. 1950-
Format: eBook
Published: Salt Lake City : University of Utah Press, ©1994.
Online Access:CONNECT
Table of Contents:
  • 1. The Native Way of Life
  • 2. Warfare and Adjustment: The Western Shoshone and the Americans, 1848-1880
  • 3. The Western Shoshone Reservation (Duck Valley), 1880-1933
  • 4. The Nonreservation Shoshone, 1880-1933
  • 5. The Western Shoshone and the New Deal, 1933-1941
  • 6. From the New Deal to Termination, 1941-1960
  • 7. Recent Western Shoshone History, 1960-1990.