Shoshone Homelands

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Through the Eyes of Tsutukwanah — Photo Exhibit

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1. Washakie and Shoshones in early camp scene, William H. Jackson, 1871 (Wind River Archives, Central Wyoming College) Taken by professional photographer W. H. Jackson, who traveled through Wyoming with the Hayden Geological Survey in 1871, this photograph highlights an aspect of daily life that has since changed significantly, though perhaps not as rapidly as […]

Hultkrantz Photographic Collection by Dr. Ake Hultkrantz

By Dr. Ake Hultkrantz, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Religion University of Stockholm, Sweden The photographs in this collection are used with the permission of Dr.Ake Hultkrantz, retired professor of religion at the University of Stockholm, Sweden. Taken by Prof. Hultkrantz during the years he conducted field work on the Wind River Indian Reservation in Wyoming, between […]

Fig 15: Sacajawea, an Indian Girl, D. Handsaker, 1932

The Imagery of Sacagawea by Brian W. Dippie

Fig 15: Sacajawea, an Indian Girl, D. Handsaker, 1932

It is astonishing how much has been written about Sacagawea given the paucity of hard information on her. There are few documentary sources apart from the Lewis and Clark journals, and even the derivation and spelling of her name is at issue. Should it be Sacajawea, supposedly a Shoshone word meaning “Boat -Launcher.” or should […]