American Indian Resources

Find current, culturally appropriate resources for teaching and learning about Utah’s indigenous communities, heroes and events, present and past. Check back regularly for updates and submit comments and suggestions here.

 

Northwest Band of Shosone Nation Skull Valley Goshute Tribe Confederated Tribe of Goshute Paitute Indian Tribe of Utah Ute Mountain Ute (White Mesa Community) San Juan Souther Paiute Navajo Nation

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Check out the answers to some of the frequently asked questions that educators have about Native Americans. More topics will be added periodically so check back often.

Land Acknowledgement

 

Land acknowledgement is a way that people can show awareness of Indigenous presence and land rights in everyday life.

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Washakie Last Chief of the Eastern Shoshone

From his birth in the Bitterroot Mountains among the Salish Tribe, to his exploits as a warrior with the Lemhi Shoshone and Bannocks, Washakie was recognized early as an extraordinary person. But he made his historical claim to...

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