NCPTT has received a final report and digital video from the PTT grant entitled “Documentation of Timbisha Shoshone Traditional Cultural Sites Using Video and GIS Technology.” The grant allowed for documentation of traditional language, foods, music and the cultural landscapes associated with the information. Elders were videotaped and recorded documenting the early history and movers of the Timbisha Shoshone people in their aboriginal territories.

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2 Responses to Documentation of Timbisha Shoshone Traditional Cultural Sites Using Video and GIS Technology

  1. Aaron says:

    Is this video and data available? I am working on a project with the Timbisha Shoshone tribe and would love to have access to this.
    Thanks!

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