Survival Arts of the Primitive Paiutes by Margaret M. Wheat.
This is the story of the Indian people who were living in the western part of Nevada when the thin line of prospectors and pioneers crossed their land in 1849 en route to the riches of California.
It is the story of a people whose parents hunted with bows and arrows in a non-pottery culture and whose children watched the launching of a space probe on their television sets. . .
Paperback: 117 pages.
Publisher: University of Nevada Press (1967)