The Washakie letters of Willie Ottogary, northwestern Shoshone journalist and leader, 1906-1929
Utah State University Press, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 331 pages
These letters describe a society in cultural transition and present Ottogary's distinctively Northwestern Shoshone point of view.
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Ammon Pubigee and Willie Ottogary ca 1892
Shoshone tipis on a demonstration farm
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