Northern Shoshone


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Northern Shoshone

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California Volunteers commanded by Patrick Connor attacked a village of Northern Shoshone people, killing at least 250 and perhaps as many as 400 men, women and children.
Both white and Native American residents of the area came to her, especially members of the Northern Shoshone, Lemhi, and Bannock ("Sho-Ban") tribes; some Native clients chose to wear traditional Native clothing while others preferred Western-style suits or dresses, yet Wrensted always let the choice to be theirs.
While these flexible social processes lend slight credence to the ethnological interpretation that the Northern Shoshone had no clear cultural boundaries, the Northern Shoshone recognized tribal nations that comprise distinct sociological entities.
The Bannock, to a greater or lesser degree, integrated into this new social structure depending on the Northern Shoshone society and historical circumstances.

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