Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah: Kanosh Band of Paiutes

Kanosh Band of Paiute Indians

Kanosh; (kawnaw’os, willow jug) the word comes from a willow water jug, made from split willows and coated inside and out with pine pitch.

Kanosh Logo meaning; a medicine man that sings songs to make it rain. This drawing was possibly made by Earl Pikyavit.

The Kanosh Band of Paiute Indians of Utah originally received federal recognition on February 11, 1929. On that date, Congress enacted legislation that reserved public domain land "for the use and benefit of the Kanosh Band of Indians." [45 Stat. 1161]

Contact Information:
Kanosh Band of Paiute Indians
PO Box 116
Kanosh, Utah 84637

2015-2017 Band Chairperson - Phil Pikyavit

Kanosh Indian Camp

Kanosh Band Reservation Map

Kanosh Band Reservation Map

Kanosh Band Reservation Map

Kanosh Band Area Photo