The Shoshone occupied the central Great Basin of the United States. Their territory included the arid lands of central Nevada, southern Idaho, part of southwestern Montana, and northern Utah, the high-altitude arid lands of western Wyoming, and a strip along the western half of northern Colorado. Today, there are five main reservations with Shoshone populations: Wind River in Wyoming, Fort Hall in Idaho, Duck Valley on the Idaho-Nevada border, Gosiute on the Nevada-Utah border, and Duckwater in Nevada. There are also more than a dozen federally sponsored Shoshone "colonies" in or adjacent to towns in Nevada and two similar Shoshone settlements in Utah.

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