Paiute Indian Culture

Dorena Martineau - Keeping Culture Alive

Cultural Resources Contact Information:
Paiute Tribe Cultural Resources
440 North Paiute Drive
Cedar City, UT 84721

Phone: (435)-586-1112 x107
Fax: (435)-586-7388

American Indian Myths | Personal Appearance | Paiute Archeology | General Attitude | Dancing and the Arts | Eating and Diet | Economy and Commerce | Education | Family | Gestures | Government | Greetings | Health | History | Holidays | Land and Climate | Language | Dating and Marriage | Plants and Animals | Population | Recreation | Religion | Shinny | Paiute Terminology | Transportation and Communications | Events and Trends | Visiting | Source: Southern Paiute Cultural History Curriculum Guide

Why the Moon Paints Her Face Black - available through the Capitol Reef National Park Book Store. Call (435) 425-4106 or click for more information.
Why the Moon Paints Her Face Black Book Image

Paiute Beadwork
Paiute Beadwork

Paiute Youth Gathering
Paiute Culture

Yevingkarere Camp (Southern Paiute Youth Camp)

Camp Kwiyamuntsi: Building Stewardship through Cultural Traditions

Camp Kwiyamuntsi: Rich Heritage, Bright Futures for Southern Paiute Youth