[ ʃˈɒʃə͡ʊn], [ ʃˈɒʃəʊn], [ ʃ_ˈɒ_ʃ_əʊ_n]
How to use "Shoshone" in context?
The shoshone people are the most genetically diverse Native American tribe. They are descendants of the Pre-Columbian Basketmaker and Puebloan peoples. The Shoshone language is a member of the Numic language family.The Shoshone people reside in the Bridger-Teton National Forest in Wyoming, and the Fort Hall Reservation in Idaho
Currently there are around 8,000 Shoshone living in the Bridger-Teton National Forest. This is a relatively small number when compared to the over 250,000 Native Americans who reside in the forest. The Shoshone people have had a difficult history.
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