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Northern and Gosiute Shoshoni

Julian Haynes Steward

Northern and Gosiute Shoshoni

by Julian Haynes Steward

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Published by Kraus Reprint Co. in Millwood, N. Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shoshoni Indians.,
  • Indians of North America.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Julian H. Steward.
    SeriesAnthropological records, v.8 no.3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 263-392 p. :
    Number of Pages392
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21929611M

    A language profile for Shoshoni. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. The northern Shoshone. / By Robert H. Lowie; Shoshone-Bannock subsistence and society / by Robert F. and Yolanda Murphy; The Shoshonis, sentinels of the Rockies, by Virginia Cole Trenholm and Maurine Carley; Northern and Gosiute Shoshoni / by Julian H. Steward; Nevada Shoshoni / / .

      Author of Basin-plateau aboriginal sociopolitical groups, Irrigation civilizations, Theory of culture change, The people of Puerto Rico, Ancient caves of the Great Salt Lake region, Handbook of South American Indians, The clown in native North America, Northern and Gosiute Shoshoni. Shoshoni is a member of the Central Numic branch of the Numic language family of the Uto-Aztecan stock. It was formerly spoken in a broad, continuous arc extending from southwestern Nevada up through northwestern Utah and southern Idaho to central Wyoming. There are four generally recognized dialect complexes–Western Shoshoni, Gosiute, Northern Shoshoni, and Eastern : John E. Mclaughlin.

    Gosiute is one main regional dialect of Shoshoni, a Central Numic language. History [ edit ] The Goshute are an indigenous peoples of the Great Basin, and their traditional territory extends from the Great Salt Lake (Goshute: Tĭ'tsa-pa - "Fish Water" or Pi'a-pa - "Great Water") to the Steptoe Range in Nevada, and south to Simpson Springs (Goshute term: Pi'a-pa or Toi'ba). p. SOME WESTERN SHOSHONI MYTHS By JULIAN H. STEWARD INTRODUCTION. These myths were procured from several Shoshoni of Nevada and eastern California and from one Northern Paiute during 6 months' ethnographic field work 1 in They by no means exhaust the western Shoshoni mythological repertory, but, as this enormous area has heretofore been a blank on the .


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The Northern Shoshoni Paperback – March 1, by Brigham D. Madsen (Author)Cited by: COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to Northern and Gosiute Shoshoni book coronavirus.

Historian Brigham D. Madsen has devoted much of his career to telling the story of the Shoshoni. The tribe once occupied a huge region that includes portions of Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming and Montana.

Madsen examines four distinct groups which comprise the Northern Shoshoni, including a related band of Northern Paiute, the : Brigham D.

Madsen. The Northern Shoshoni. Historian Brigham Madsen has devoted much of his career to telling the story of the Shoshoni. The tribe once occupied a huge region that included portions of Idaho, Oregon, Utah, Wyoming, and Montana.

"The Snake People" The Northern Shoshoni Indians is a history of the Shoshoni Indian Nation. The Northern Shoshoni were centered in present day Idaho. All seven bands of the Shoshoni tribe are described in this account.

The Shoshoni flourished when they received the horse from the Comanche Indians.1/5(1). The Northern Shoshoni. [Brigham D Madsen] -- Treats mostly the Shoshoni and Bannock Tribes of Utah and Idaho. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Brigham D Madsen.

Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number. Within this vast region of the Great Basin and the Snake River plains lived seven major Shoshoni groups: the Eastern Shoshoni under Chief Washakie; the Fort Hall Shoshoni and their close neighbors, the Bannock; the Lemhi Shoshoni; the Boise and Bruneau Shoshoni bands; the Northwestern Shoshoni; the Gosiute Shoshoni; and, finally, the Western Shoshoni of Nevada.

Culture Element Distribution: XXIII Northern and Gosiute Shoshoni. University of California Anthropological Records: Steward, Julian H. Culture Element Distributions I: The Structure of California Indian Culture. University of California Publications in American Archaeology and Ethnology: Klimek, S.

Culture Element Distributions II. The Ethno-Botany of the Gosiute Indians of Utah. Memoirs of the American Anthroplogical Association, Vol. II, part 5, pp. Chamberlin, Ralph V. Place and Personal Names of the Gosiute Indians of Utah.

Proceedings of the American Philosophical Soci Crapo, Richley H. Big Smokey Valley Shoshoni. Desert Research. Shoshoni Language Project.

Main Navigation. Toggle navigation Menu. About the Project. Language Material & Archives. Videos from the Great Basin Indian Archives. Audio and Video Books. Children's Books. Shoshoni Talking Dictionary. Wick R. Miller Collection.

Shoshoni Language Teacher Material Requests. General Material Requests. Shoshone or Shoshoni (shəshō´nē), Native North Americans whose language belongs to the Shoshonean group of the Uto-Aztecan branch of the Aztec-Tanoan linguistic stock (see Native American languages).In the early 19th cent.

the Shoshone occupied SE California, NW Utah, SW Montana, W Wyoming, S Idaho, and NE Nevada. The Shoshone were traditionally divided into four groups: the. Lexical resources; Language descriptions; Other resources about the language; Other known names and dialect names: Goshute, Gosiute, Northern Shoshoni, Shoshone, Western Shoshoni.

Use faceted search to explore resources for Shoshoni language. Primary texts. Love Song (2 singers, unaccompanied). Kroeber, Alfred L. (researcher). Goshute Explained. The Goshutes are a tribe of Western Shoshone Native Americans.

There are two federally recognized Goshute tribes today: Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservation, located in Nevada and Utah. Skull Valley Band of Goshute Indians. Shoshone, also spelled Shoshoni; also called Snake, North American Indian group that occupied the territory from what is now southeastern California across central and eastern Nevada and northwestern Utah into southern Idaho and western Wyoming.

The Shoshone of historic times were organized into four groups: Western. Culture Element Distribution: XXIII Northern and Gosiute Shoshoni. University of California Anthropological Records: Steward, Julian H. 8: Culture Element Distributions: XXIV Central Sierra. University of California Anthropological Records: Aginsky, B.

8: Culture Element Distributions: XXV Reliability of Statistical Procedures and Results. Brigham Madsen examines four distinct groups which comprise the Northern Shoshoni. The book focuses on the Shoshoni since the arrival of the first white settlers. It describes the early days on the reservation and the struggle of these proud people to adapt to the massive cultural changes that have occurred during the past years.

Western Numic includes Mono, Paviotso, Bannock (Northern Paiute), and Gosiute. Central Numic includes Panamint (Timbisha), In their book An Introduction to the Shoshoni Language. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Northern Shoshoni by Brigham D.

Madsen (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. Shoshoni, also written as Shoshoni-Gosiute and Shoshone (/ ʃ oʊ ˈ ʃ oʊ n i /; Shoshoni: Sosoni' ta̲i̲kwappe, newe ta̲i̲kwappe or neme ta̲i̲kwappeh) is a Numic language of the Uto-Aztecan family, spoken in the Western United States by the Shoshone people.

Shoshoni is primarily spoken in the Great Basin, in areas of Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, and ity: Shoshone people. Northern Shoshoni includes the Duck Valley and Fort Hall communities as well as the smaller communities of northern Utah and southern Idaho.

Eastern Shoshoni includes the Wind River community in Wyoming. Gosiute includes the Gosiute and Skull Valley communities in Utah. The largest speech community is at Fort Hall. USA, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming.

The Shoshone or Shoshoni are a Native American tribe with four large cultural/linguistic divisions: Eastern Shoshone: Wyoming Northern Shoshone: southern Idaho Western Shoshone: Nevada, northern Utah Gosiute: western Utah, eastern Nevada They traditionally speak the Shoshoni language, part of the Numic languages branch of the large Uto-Aztecan language family.

The Shoshone were .The estimated population of Northern and Western Shoshoni was 4, in 3, Northern Shoshoni and 1, Western Shoshoni were counted in by the United States Office of Indian Northern Shoshone fought conflicts with settlers in Idaho in the s which included the Bear River Massacre and again in in the Bannock War.The Shoshone or Shoshoni are a Native American tribe in the United States with three large divisions: the Northern, the Western and the Eastern.

They traditionally spoke the Shoshoni language, a part of the Numic languages branch of the large Uto-Aztecan language family. The Shoshone were sometimes called the Snake Indians by early ethnic European trappers, travelers, and settlers.