The name is sometimes equivalent to Paiute, who have proved to be of a more vigorous character than was formerly supposed.
Mayu, carrying-sacks of net-work such as the Paiute and Chemehuevi use.
Joe Baker went and laid his rifle and cartridge belt at the Paiute's feet.
These first, you understand, are the Paiute's walls, the other his furnishings.
The Paiute fashion of counting time appeals to me more than any other calendar.
Something to wrap around him is as necessary to the Paiute as to you your closet to pray in.
That is the very boundary between the Paiute country and Shoshone land.
Blythe notes that east of this population there were "no pure Paiute bands."
It was not known at that time that an attempt would be made to curtail his Paiute source of water.
He is a Paiute, without kin in Hano, and was sold when a boy as a slave by his father.