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People & Life Ways
Riches, Ranching & Railroads
(1850-1900)

Shoshone, a Native Language of Nevada

The Shoshone traditionally lived in northeastern Nevada.  They are part of the Uto-Aztecan language group.  Natives speaking Uto-Aztecan languages range throughout much of the West, from the Cascades mountains of Washington state down into northern Mexico.
 
 
 

Reader: Lily Sanchez
 
 

Photo Credits:
1: Nevada Historical Society
2: Lily Sanchez
3: Lily Sanchez