Tory Taylor. 2017. Softcover. 145 pages. This is a book about a Native American people who occupied the high mountains of western Wyoming for over a thousand years. The story draws upon archaeology, geology, personal involvement, storytelling, eye-witness accounts, and historical reports. The information gathered for this book creates a picture of the Shoshone people who once called Greater Yellowstone home. Well-illustrated with color photographs, this book holds something for all readers interested in the history of Native Americans, their landscape, and life-style.