By Julian H. Steward
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The second objective was to analyze the functional relationship of the different parts of the culture to one another and to the local environment. This analysis will be published with the element lists elsewhere. The third aim was to ascertain the types of Shoshonean sociopolitical groups and to discover their ecological and social determinants. This is the subject of this paper. Orthography used for native words will be found on page 273. Initials in parentheses are informants. English words in parentheses are translations of the native names which they follow.
Most streams flow but a few miles to sink in the alkaline sands. The only localities in the area under consideration where flow maintained perennial rivers of any size are the Owens River in California fed by the Sierra, Reese River, the Humboldt River, and a few large tributaries of the latter, made possible by the great general elevation and several high ranges of northern Nevada, the Salmon and Snake Rivers in Idaho originating largely in the Rocky Mountains, and the Sevier, Weber, and Bear Rivers in Utah fed by the Wasatch Mountains.
Species characteristic of the lower belts which range upward into this zone supply little food. In many localities the lower part of this zone was favored for winter villages. Page 16a Plate 1 a, Owens Valley and Sierra Nevada Mountains. b, Pinyon and juniper trees, White Mountains, Calif. c, Death Valley, Calif. Page 16b Plate 2 a, Joshua trees, Fish Lake Valley, Calif. b, Screw-bean trees, Ash Meadows. c, Sand bunch grass and sagebrush. Page 16c Plate 3 a, Spring Valley and the Snake Range, Nev.
Basin Plateau Aboriginal Sociopolitical Groups by Julian H. Steward