National Geographic - Searching for Sacagawea
New York Times - Sacajawea's People seek a homecoming
Trail Tribes - Focus on Sacagawea's descendants, traditions, customs, photos, petroglyphs & more
Idaho Statesman Special Feature - Sacajawea, Her Story by Her People
Sacagawea descendants to help dedicate ship - Indianz.com
NAVY USNS Sacagawea (T-AKE 2)
Face of Gold - Randy'L Teton - The Modern Face of Sacajawea
Wikipedia - The Free Encyclopedia - Lemhi-Shoshone
Official Website of the State of Idaho - Lemhi-Shoshone
Minnesota State University (Mankato) - Shoshone
Lewis and Clark in Idaho - Lemhi-Shoshone Tribe
Wikipedia - Lemhi-Shoshone / Agaidika "Salmon-Eater Shoshone"
Idaho Public Television - Echoes of a Bitter Crossing
TrailTribes.org - Northern Shoshone and the Fur Trade
The Lewis and Clark Journey of Discovery (For Europeans...NPS.GOV) - Recorded by members of the Lewis and Clark expedition
BLM.GOV Archaelogical Site - Native Voices: Legends of Creation and Place, Lemhi-Shoshone
Sacajawea's Home - Website created to sell "our culture" - not worth visiting.
Yellowstone - Park News/Blog - Lemhi-Shoshone's Sacajawea
Lemhi County Historical Society & Museum
NStop the Salmon, Idaho High School from Bringing "Their Savage Head Back" NCRSM Call To Action! - Salmon Savages High School, Salmon, ID
Prof. Orlan Svingen - WSU - Assisiting Lemhi-Shoshone to regain federal recognition
Idaho BLM - Native Voices - Legends of Creation and Place
Xenite - Mizuo Peck- is Sacagawea in "Night at the Museum"
Western Institute For Study of the Environment - The People Who Lived Among the Clouds
The Agaidikas and Tukudikas (Lemhi-Shoshone) are considered the first residents of the upper Lemhi Valley, dating back 10,000 years or more. Archaeological research indicates that buffalo, were hunted throughout the 10,000+ years of Indian occupancy of the Lemhi Valley near present day Salmon, Idaho.
ID State Bar & Idaho Law Foundation - Environmental & Natural Resources Sections Legal Resources
Google Directory - Native American Tribes - Lemhi-Shoshone - Sacajawea's descendants
Bringing Awareness - Metis Society of Oregon
Sacajawea Tribes Seeks Recognition - Pullman, Washington
Prayer Ceremony at Chief Tendoy Monument - Sho-Ban News
Myths about Sacajawea troubling reality for tribe - Lemhi-Shoshone left out
Webshots - Salmon Eater Country (Sacajawea / Sacagawea descendant photos)
Northern Idaho - Salish Kootenai Tribes - Idaho's Forgotten War - Clip
Newe Sogobia is not for sale. In the 1863 Treaty of Ruby Valley, the Newe agreed to settle into a lifestyle of ranching and allow white people to pass through Newe lands; but did not cede lands. In the eighties, Western Shoshone ranchers, sisters Carrie and Mary Dann, were charged with trespass for refusing to pay grazing fees to the United States. The issue went through the U.S. court system to the Supreme Court which ruled that the Western Shoshone lands were taken not, as the ICC had determined. More >>
Mixed Blood Uinta Ute's of Utah - Information about the "Terminated" Mixed Blood Uinta Ute's of Utah, their Forty Nine Year Up Hill Battle for Justice in reclaiming their identity as Native American's (American Indian's) and of the Federal Governments role in allowing Non-Indians to illegally obtain resources which belong to those Individual 490 enrolled Uintah Band of Indians, who were terminated by the "Ute Partition Act of 1954,"
"Now we are fighting back. A law suit has been filed in the U.S. District Court of Washington D.C. on behalf of Individual's."
Known as the Mixed Blood Uinta's of Utah.
Bear River Massacre survivors
U.S. soldiers attacked the N.W. Band of Shoshones on Jan. 29, 1863, resulting in the deaths of more than 490 Shoshone men, women and children and 14 soldiers based at Fort Douglas (then Camp Douglas). The attack near Preston, Idaho, at the confluence of Bear River and Beaver Creek, is considered the largest single-incident massacre of Indians in the American West.
It is often overlooked in history books because it occurred during the Civil War. More about the Bear River Massacre >>
The Lemhi-Shoshone Proudly supports the - Western Shoshone Defense Project
To affirm Newe (Western Shoshone) jurisdiction over Newe Sogobia (Western Shoshone homelands) by protecting, preserving, and restoring Newe rights and lands for present and future generations based on cultural and spiritual traditions.
"We are who we are because our nation survived here. It is written on our earth."
Bernice Lalo, Western ShoshoneWestern Shoshone Defense Project
P.O. Box 211308
Crescent Valley, NV 89821
primary Ph: 775-468-0230
www.wsdp.org , email:email@example.com
South Fork office: Larson Bill and Julie Ann Fishel, 775-744-2595
Das-Hexennet - Our friends in Germany who support us. In english they are the Witches web of many Wizard, wiccas, witches, new - Celts, new - Teutons, Pagans and Esoterics...
They are humans, searching after their old Gods and spirit. They left the Christianity and went to the old Gods and spirit in the forests, rock and lakes in nature living.
Thank you Haka.
The Lewis & Clark Expedition In the Valley of the Clearwater & Snake Rivers - www.lewisclarkidaho.org
Lewis & Clark Trivia - www.lewisclarktrivia.com
The Corps of Discovery - www.montanaphotos.com
The National Council of the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial
The Lewis and Clark Expedition Bicentennial in Vancouver/Clark Co., Washington
Lewis and Clark on the information highway...www.lcarchive.org
State Quarters, US Coins, Paper Money & More...www.usmintquarters.com
Walla Walla and Tri-Cities, WA
Horse of the America's - The Horse of the Americas is a unified registry for lovers of America's First True Horse whether he is called Barb, Spanish Mustang, Original Indian Horse, Spanish Colonial or Cayuse.
*Special thanks to Beverley Davis for her efforts in helping the Lemhi-Shoshone restore our lost ponies with Robert and Loiuse Painter @ the Quien Sabe Ranch.
Also visit the Quien Sabe Ranch - The endeavor of the ranch and registry is to preserve for posterity the few Barb horses left in the United States, and even in the world. With about 100 horses there are many fine stallions, a few mares, and young stock available, especially for people who are interested and able in promoting this rare and special breed...
Canku Ota (Many Paths)
An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America www.turtletrack.org
Lone Eagle Consulting - The greatest freedom one can give to another is how to become a self-sufficient learner and earner, via the Internet. This site is dedicated to those who lend their wings to others.
Hidden from History - The Canadian Holocaust
The untold story of the Genocide of the Aboriginal Peoples. Shocking video and audio interviews of survivors of boarding schools.
View a CTV network documentary video about the Genocide of Aboriginal People in Canada.
Native Survivors' Testimonies of Crimes Against Humanity in Residential (boarding)Schools.
Information about the 1851 Treaty of Fort Laramie, the Last legal (Oyate Omniciye mandated, female-inclusive) document the N/DN/D/Lakota Nations signed with the us government. Protected from violation through Article VI, U.S. Constitution, "Treaties made with Indian Nations shall be the supreme law of the land."
Nez Perce Tribe - www.nezperce.org
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes - www.shoshonebannocktribes.com
Native American Public Telecommunications Empowering, Educating and Entertaining through Native Media. Listen LIVE ONLINE (streaming audio for modem/dial up users)
American Indian Radio on Satellite - A service of Native American Public Telecommunications - providing you with authentic Native American music, news, entertainment, interviews and discussions of the current issues in Indian Country and the world.