“So if Cliven Bundy wishes to pay taxes or grazing fees—he should pay it to the Shoshone,” she writes.
But the reader must recollect that I was but nineteen years of age, and had been brought up as a Shoshone.
When I sell a ticket to Shoshone, I'm the ticket agent, and nothing else.
These were probably the largest gatherings of people among all the Shoshone.
If Peaceful had gone to Shoshone, he was gone, and that settled it.
All were now content to lie for a few days at the Shoshone village.
The wild-eyed Shoshone, accustomed to scan the horizon, saw him also.
Presently they reported a great army about a day's travel to the south, with Shoshone and Crow scouts.
Lewis, disappointed at the flight of the Shoshone, pressed on.
The first, the footgoing period, is unknown, and little can be inferred of Shoshone location and movements.
Uto-Aztecan people of the Great Basin; the name is of unknown origin, first applied 19c. to eastern Shoshonis of Wyoming. Related: Shoshonean.