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Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Interpretive Kit

The Pyramid Lake Paiute People have lived on the shores of Pyramid Lake for nine to ten thousand years. The environment, our “Mother Earth” provided everything necessary to sustain life for the people for centuries. The Paiute People of Pyramid Lake have fought to protect Pyramid Lake since the first contact with Non-Indians in 1844. It is because they fought for their land with all of their hearts and refused to be pushed aside by the boundaries created by settlers that the Kooyooe Tukadu has been fortunate enough obtain Pyramid Lake and its boundaries as part on the Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation.

Beginning
Introduction
Contents
Glossary
Visitor Information
Permits
Maps
Map of Pyramid Lake Reservation
Map of Points of Interest
Points of Interest
Dead Ox Canyon
Fort Churchill State Monument
Nevada State Museum
The Playa
The Stone Mother
Derby Dam
Lovelock Cave
Pyramid Lake
The Pyramid
Williams Station
The Winnemucca Dry Bed
History
Pre-Historic People
Pre-Settlement:
Map of Numu Territory, Geography, Pre-History, Cycles of the Year, Conservation
Gold Rush-Comstock Lode
Pyramid Lake Wars
Post-Settlement:
Map of New Boundaries, Pioneer Impact, Preservation, Water Rights, Anaho Island
Timeline
Timeline of Change
Reservations & Colonies
Map Of Northern Paiute Bands
Fort McDermitt Indian
Lovelock Colony
Mason and Smith Valley
Pyramid Lake Indian Reservation
Reno & Sparks
Stillwater & Fallon
Summit Lake Indian Reservation
Walker River Indian Reservation
Map of Northern Paiute Reservations & Colonies
Shoshone Indians
Washoe Indians
Profiles
Paiute Indians:
Truckee
Old Winnemucca
Young Winnemucca
Dave Numaga
Wuzzie George
Pioneers:
Jedediah Smith
Peter Ogden
Joseph Walker
John Fremont
Geology
Geology Timeline
Ancient Lakes
Tufa Rocks
Plants
Big Sage Brush, Cattail, Cedar, Chokecherry, Cottonwood Elderberry, Grasses, Greasewood, Juniper, Mountain Mahogany, Pine Tree, Pine Nut, Pinion Pine, Quaking Aspen, Rabbit Brush, Rice Grass, Sage Brush, Salt Grass, Sedges, Shrubs, Sugar Cane, Sunflower, Tule, Tumbleweed, Wild Carrot, Wild Garlic, Wild Onion, Wild Peach, Wild Rose, Wild Rye, Willow, Willow Tree
Mammals
Antelope, Badger, Bat, Bear, Beaver, Big Horn Sheep, Bobcat, Chipmunk, Cottontail, Cow, Coyote, Gopher, Ground Hog, Horse, Jack Rabbit, Kit Fox, Mink, Mole, Mountain Lion, Mule Deer, Muskrat, Otter, Porcupine, Prairie Dog, Pygmy Rat, Raccoon, Rat, Skunk, Squirrel, Weasel, Wolf, Wood Rat
Birds
Bald Eagle, Black Bird, Buzzard, Crane, Crow, Dove, Duck, Eagle, Flicker, Goose, Grouse, Harrier, Heron, Hummingbird, Killdeer, Magpie, Mallard, Meadow Lark, Mudhen, Oriole, Owl, Pelican, Pinion Jay, Quail, Red tailed Hawk, Road Runner, Robin, Sage Sparrow, Seagull, Sparrow Hawk, Swallow
Fish
Bass, Carp Fish, Catfish, Dace and Chub, Goldfish, Sucker, Trout
Reptiles & Amphibians
Bull Snake, Frog, Horned Toad, Lizard, Snake, Water Snake
Insects & Arachnids
Ant, Bee, Beetle, Centipede, Dragonfly, Fly, Grasshopper, Lice, Locust, Mormon Cricket, Mosquito, Moth, Scorpion, Spider, Stink Bug, Tarantula, Tick, Water Bug, Worm
Ancient Animals
Camel, Dire Wolf, Ground Sloth, Horse, Mastodon, Sabertooth Cat, Short Faced Bear, Wooly Mammoth, How Do Humans Stack Up?
Stories
A Coyote Legend
Lost Brother
Ocean Grandmother
The North Star
The Skunk and The Raccoon
The Stars
The Stone Mother
The Theft of the Pine Nuts
Water Babies of Kooyooe Pah
Activities
Story Telling
The Stick Game
Weaving

The Stone Mother Skit
Ceremonies
Birth to Death
Pine Nut Festival
Shaman
The Ghost Dance
Lesson Plans
Under development
Conclusion
Book Bibliography
Web Bibliography

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