Upon the south Shoshonean territory was limited generally by the Colorado River.
Eventually he became the highest authority on the Shoshonean tribes.
This is a quality which is also notable in southern California Shoshonean myth narratives.
This is incorrect, the Shoshonean differing widely from the Algonquian language stock.
Upon the northeast the eastern limits of the pristine habitat of the Shoshonean tribes are unknown.
They were surrounded on all sides by the cognate Apache except upon the north, where they meet Shoshonean tribes.
For example, Buschmann has thrown the Shoshonean and Nahuatlan families into one.
Very likely much of the area occupied by the Atsina was formerly Shoshonean territory.
In the southwest Shoshonean tribes had pushed across California, occupying a wide band of country to the Pacific.
More recently and at the present time this locality is in possession of Shoshonean tribes.