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
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  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 > Recommended Websites
Website Referral
 

Official website of the Lemhi Shoshone tribe.
http://www.lemhishoshone.com/
Excellent resource, created by the tribe. Historic and contemporary issues covered. Maps, photos, links.

Shoshone - Bannock Tribes site
http://www.shoshonebannocktribes.com/fhbc.html
Tribal government, history, photographs, maps, treaty information & more

Sho-Ban News
http://www.shobannews.com/
Excellent and comprehensive online newspaper covering Idaho and Indian Country.

Shoshoni Indians
http://historytogo.utah.gov/shoshone.html
Brigham D. Madsen Utah History Encyclopedia; provides an overview of Shoshoni bands around 1840.

Sacajawea Interpretive and Education Center
http://www.sacajawea.ws/
Official website of interpretative museum and educational center being constructed in Salmon, Idaho to honor Sacajawea through exhibits, nature trails, classes and other resources.

Sacajawea
http://www.sacajaweahome.com/index.htm
Lemhi County Historical Museum site devoted to historically correct information concerning Sacajawea and the valley she was born in.

Shoshone Bannock Tribal Enterprises
http://www.sho-ban.com/index.asp
Features news, annual festival, history, gaming, online catalog for clothing, gifts and art.

Fort Hall
http://www.seidaho.org/forthall.html
A promotional site for the Bannock Shoshone and Fort Hall; features the Tribal Museum, Festival and Rodeo.

Shoshone-Bannock Indians History/Link
http://www.rootsweb.com/%7Eidreserv/fhhist.html
History, a chronology, and links to other sites.

The Shoshone Indians and Lewis and Clark
http://www.pbs.org/lewisandclark/native/idx_sho.html
PBS website series

Idaho Museum of Natural History
http://www.nmnh.si.edu/anthro/wrensted/mainmenu.htm
Wrensted exhibit: thoughtful exhibit including many historic photographs of Shoshone people.

Racial mascots in Wyoming and Idaho
http://www.aics.org/mascot/wyoming.html
http://www.aics.org/mascot/idaho.html
Lists schools, and contact information of them, using Native American mascots, such as Braves, Red Devils, and Warriors.

National Park Service
nps.gov/jeff/LewisClark2/TheJourney/NativeAmericans/LemiShoshone.htm
National Park service site featuring excerpts from the Lewis & Clark journals that pertain to the Lemhi Shoshone.

Journey of Sacagawea
http://www.idahoptv.org/lc/sacagawea/index.html
Idaho Public Television site explores Sacagawea’s role in the Lewis and Clark Expedition.

 
Background: ricegrass photo by Roger Rosentreter, BLM botanist, Idaho