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Piute:

see PaiutePaiute
, two distinct groups of Native North Americans speaking languages belonging to the Shoshonean group of the Uto-Aztecan branch of the Aztec-Tanoan linguistic stock (see Native American languages).
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Piute County is nestled at the base of the majestic Tushar Mountains in a high mountain valley.
Following completion of this agreement, the companies plan to initiate drilling and exploration on the Smith Lease Property first and then proceed to the Piute Valley claims, subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval.
While Mary edited what she called the "literary deficiencies" of Winnemucca and noted her own strong endorsement of the Piute woman's claims, Elizabeth wrote pamphlets, petitioned, and appeared onstage at Winnemucca's lectures (114, 113).
Lancaster, California's Piute Middle School Peer Assistance Leaders program originated in 1984.
Piute has completed over 300 directional drills and bores.
The museum will also house the McGuffin Collection of Piute Shoshone Indian artifacts collected on the test site by Don McGuffin, who gave it to Charlie Neeld at Livermore, who, when he was dying of cancer, gave it to Wade.
Polonsky returned to film directing in 1969 with his revisionist contemporary western, Tell Them Willie Boy Is Here, starring Robert Redford as the white sheriff and Robert Blake as a Piute Indian.
Students of Piute Mountain School presented a patriotic program to the vets, who are no strangers to the classroom.
2, 1920, in Piute County, Utah, to Ralph and Althea Frederick.
Great-grandmothers from two different West Coast tribes, one being Piute. "I'm part Indian too," said Rocky.
North of Yosemite our mixed forest, glacier-sculptured granite route takes us to Piute Creek and Gem, Jewelry, Deer, and Grouse Lakes.