Distributed by the University of Nebraska Press for the University of Idaho Press
Dedicated to a people who faced starvation and destitution as white emigrating settlers continued to flock through his homeland, Pocatello was committed to preserving the life of his people. Even as game and land resources were severely depleted, he sought little other than to provide for his Shoshoni tribe.
|Series:||Idaho Yesterdays Series|
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About the Author
Brigham D. Madsen is Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Utah. A popular author and historian, he is also the author of The Bannock of Idaho.