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Goshute, Celebration, American Indian, Dance, Costume, Tradition, Utah

Goshute Celebration

American Indian dance regalia my reflect a particular tribe in decorative designs and symbols, with a combination of different traditions.

Goshute Tribes of West-Central Utah

Goshute
(West-Central Utah, Great Basin Desert Region)

Confederated Tribes of the Goshute Reservations
PO Box 6104
Ibapah, UT 84034
435-234-1138

Goshute Indian Tribe
PO Box 6104
Ibapah, UT 84034
(435) 234-1138

Skull Valley Band of Goshute Indians
PO Box 448
Grantsville, UT 84029
(435) 882-4532

Skull Valley Band of Goshute Indians
3359 South Main Street #808
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
801-484-4422


Ancient Habitation Sites, Rock Art Panels, and Museums

West-Central Utah - Goshute Region

Fremont Indian State Park and Museum at the Hwy 89/ I-70 junction 24 miles southwest of Richfield or 15 miles east of I-15, has a collection of Fremont Indian artifacts from nearby Five Fingers Mesa. Short, maintained trails lead past several impressive panels of rock art figures. The museum interprets the culture of the Fremont civilization which existed throughout Utah around 500-1300 AD, www.stateparks.utah.gov/parks/fremont.

 

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