Northern Shoshone and Bannock
Traditional Culture
  Since Time Immemorial
Who's Who
Homelands
All My Relations
Pipe Ceremony and Peacemaking
Great Circle
Intertribal Relations
"How the Indian Averted Famine"
Naming Ceremonies
Agaidika Perspective on Sacajawea
Horses, Trade, & Travel
References Cited

  Contemporary Culture
  Sovereignty & Tribal Government
Arts & Artists
Annual Festival Dances
Language
Education
Recommended Websites

  Relationship with the U.S.
  Early Contact
Fur Trade
Naturalists in Shoshone Country
Missionaries and Emigrants
Making Treaties
Lemhi In Limbo
Lemhi Reservation and  Loss
Shrinking Reservation
References Cited

Lemhi Pass > Culture > Education
Website Referral
 

Shoshone-Bannock Tribal Museum
http://www.blacksmithinn.com/forthall.html
Museum description and overview, contact information and hours

Shoshone Tribal Cultural Center
http://wyshs.org/mus-shoshone.htm
Contact information, hours, cultural classes and workshops at the cultural center supported by the Wyoming State Historical Society.

Wind River Historical Center
http://www.windriverhistory.org/
Features a photograph exhibit of Native American religions, Chief Washakie - a photographic essay, calender of events, Sheep Eaters band of Shoshone education program, and Washakie Archives

Eastern Shoshone Tribe
www.washakie.net/eastern_shoshone/EasternShoshoneLocalSchools.html
List of Local Area schools on or near the Wind River Reservation in Freemont County, Wyoming.

Wyoming Indian Schools Home Page
http://www.fremont14.k12.wy.us/
Elementary through secondary education in School District #14 of Ethete, Wyoming

A Native Perspective on the School Reform Movement
http://www.nwrac.org/pub/hot/native.html
By Raymond Reyes, Gonzaga University

 
Background: Close-up of beadwork, Courtesy Lemhi County Historical Society