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Wildlife on the Wind: A Field Biologist's Journey and an Indian Reservation's Renewal

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In the heart of Wyoming sprawls the ancient homeland of the Eastern Shoshone Indians, who were forced by the U.S. government to share a reservation in the Wind River basin and flanking mountain ranges with their historical enemy, the Northern Arapahos. Both tribes lost their sovereign, wide-ranging ways of life and economic dependence on decimated buffalo. Tribal members s ...more
Hardcover, 186 pages
Published November 1st 2010 by Utah State University Press
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Leslie Patten
I enjoyed this book because 1. I love the Winds and anything about the Wind Rivers is interesting. 2. the saga of what happened to wildlife on the wind river reservation and the struggle politically to begin quotas was interesting and 3. I live in Wyoming and therefore this is part of its history. Probably has a narrow audience but I enjoyed reading Smith's saga.
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