Mark Trahant ~ Shoshone-Bannock
Mark Trahant is an independent print and broadcast journalist. He writes a weekly column and posts on Twitter. Trahant was a reporter on the PBS series Frontline with a story called "The Silence",
Treaty With The EasternBand Shoshoni And Bannock, 1868
Articles of a treaty made and concluded at Fort Bridger, Utah Territory,on the third day of
Bannock War 1878
The Bannock War of 1878 was an armed conflict between the U.S. military and Bannock and Paiute warriors in Southern Idaho and Northern Nevada, lasting from June to August 1878. The Bannock-Paiute
The Snake War (1864–1868)
The Snake War (1864–1868) was a war fought by the United States of America against the "Snake Indians", the settlers' term for Northern Paiute, Bannock and Western Shoshone bands who lived along
Paiute War: Background
The Paiute War, also known as the Pyramid Lake War, Washoe Indian War and the Pah Ute War, was an armed conflict between Northern Paiutes allied with the Shoshone and the Bannock against the United
Mix the first four ingredients to make the dough. Roll out the dough and let rest for 10 minutes. Cut the dough to fit the wieners. (While you are making the dawgs you can heat up the oil or lard.)
Shoshone and Bannock Indian Agency (Wyoming)
The Shoshone and Bannock Agency was the successor to the Fort Bridger Agency and was established in 1870.
Find a tasty young moose roamin' around the rez and nab it. (no tough old bulls!)
Cut it up and sear the outside real good to keep the juices in.
Can be roasted on a campfire or in the oven after
Take the gutted animal, and burn off its hair.
Then wrap it in foil.
Put the package in the oven and bake until done.
Catch and clean a salmon and fillet it.
get a pan real hot and put a dab of oil.
Pheasant Under Plastic
Catch and clean a tasty rooster
Put it in one of those oven bags. Keeps the bird real moist that way.
You can put in onions, salt and pepper and stuff if you want to.
Note: if you don't use the
Missiiagan – pakwejigan (sun flower bannock)
put the sunflower seeds, water & salt into a pot, cover & let simmer for 1 1/2 hours. when well cooked, crush the seeds to amke a paste. add the corn flour, add 1 tablespoon at a time to thicken.
Granny’s Snack Bannock
Preheat the oven to 350. Mix the flour, baking powder and salt in a very large bowl, make a well in the center. Cut the shortening into large squares, put the shortening into a 9x13 inch deep pan