Grass huts were mainly used in the summer, but the Western Shoshone tribe made the most use of them. They were made of vegetable matter only, so when the tribe moved the hut wouldn't go with them so they had to decompose.
Most of the territory is in Nevada.
This dance was preformed when food was plentiful or as part of an annual morning ceremony.
Jugs like these were used to carry water.
Written by George W. Hill, this book teaches how to say some words in the Shoshone language.
This dress is made of glass beads, tanned elk hide, bone, imitation, and hair.