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Bear River Massacre ___"Approximately 250 Shoshoni were slain, including 90 women and children." A short article, but it recounts the events of this little-known massacre. - Text only - From - 

Eastern Shoshone Tribe ___These people live on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. Learn about them -- history, culture and schools. - Illustrated - From the Eastern Shoshone Tribe - 

History of Shoshone Indians ___As the title says, this is a history of the Shoshone in Utah. The article deals with the Northwestern bands. - Text only - From the Utah History Encyclopedia - 

How To Kill a Nation ___"The focus of this page is on the "environmental destruction exemplified by open pit mining, atomic testing, storage of nuclear waste, all forms of military testing and the pollution of the ground, air and water" on Western Shoshone lands. Images include a photo of a mine, a map, and drawings of both the symbol and the seal of the Western Shoshone Nation." - Illustrated - From the People of the Western Shoshone Nation - 

Lewis and Clark . Native Americans . Shoshone Indians | PBS ___A history of the Shoshone's first contact with white men, who happened to be with the Lewis and Clark expedition. - 1 image - From PBS - 

Shoshone Indians of Utah ___Click on the links to access information about the Shoshone tribes throughout the present-day state of Utah. - Illustrated - From - 

Shoshone - Bannock Tribes, Sho-Ban, Fort Hall Indian Reservation ... ___History, lifestyles, a business directory and other useful information about these people. - Illustrated - From the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes - 


Shoshone Indians ___"...excerpts from the journals of Lewis and Clark and their men present a picture of the Lemhi Shoshone as the Anglo-Americans saw them." - Text only - From the National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior - 

Shoshoni ___A brief article full of grammatical errors. Would make a good combination lesson for Natives Studies and grammar. - Text only - From Emuseum - 

Shoshoni Homepage ___Language resources and news magazines. - Text only -  From the Shoshoni Language Project - 

Shoshoni Numbers ___Boy, these numbers are long! Imagine a bingo game called in the Shoshoni language! Unfortunately there are only words, no audio. - Text only - From the Shoshoni Language Home Page -

Western Shoshone ___A dated site which failed to live up to its promise. Several topics are listed, but only five pages have any content. - Text only - From the University of Nevada - 

Western Shoshone Land and Sovereignty ___Links to information about nuclear testing on Shoshone lands. Adobe Acrobat is required to view PDF files. - Illustrated (including a QuickTime movie) - From Peter d'Errico - 


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