An Ethno-Historical Shoshone Narrative: Püe Nümmü Naakkanna "How We Lived Long Ago"Idaho Archaeologist (1986)
The text that follows is a narrative of reminiscences in the Shoshone language by Josephine Thorpe. the reminiscences are about the way Mrs. Thorpe's own group of Northern Shoshone used to live when she was a girl in prereservation times.
Publication DateSpring 1986
Citation InformationJon Dayley. "An Ethno-Historical Shoshone Narrative: Püe Nümmü Naakkanna "How We Lived Long Ago"" Idaho Archaeologist Vol. 9 Iss. 1 (1986)
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