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Fort Hall Indian Reservation

The Fort Hall Indian Reservation is an intertribal reservation in Idaho which is home to the Shoshone-Bannock tribes. The Shoshone and Bannock are historically distinct tribes who joined together at Fort Hall in the 1800's, where their descendants still live today. The Shoshones and Bannocks of Fort Hall share a single tribal government. Their tribal languages, Shoshone and Bannock, are still spoken by some people (especially elders) at the Fort Hall reservation today.

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Here are links to our webpages about the Fort Hall tribes and languages:

 Bannock tribe history and culture
 Shoshone tribe history and culture
 Uto-Aztecan languages
 Idaho tribal map
 Great Basin culture area

Here are links to more Internet resources and news about the Fort Hall Indians:
 The Shoshone-Bannock Tribes of Fort Hall Indian Reservation
 Sho-Ban Tribal Enterprises
 Fort Hall Pow-Wow
 Fort Hall Tribal Museum
 Fort Hall Casino
 Wikipedia: Fort Hall Indian Reservation
 Fort Hall Reservation Travel Guide

And here are a few good books about the Fort Hall Reservation:
 The Shoshone-Bannocks: Culture and Commerce at Fort Hall
 The Bannock of Idaho
 The Rocks Are Ringing: Bannock-Paiute Indian War
 Fort Hall, on the Oregon Trail



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