Timbisha Shoshone Tribe
Death Valley National Park Entrance
The Race Track in Death Valley National Park
Salt Flats, Death Valley California
Mesquite Sand Dunes
20 Mule Team Canyon Surrounding Area
Death Valley Wildlife
Reopening of the Visitors Center in Death Valley
This was when the Visitors Center in Death Valley reopened to the public, with the Timbisha Shoshone Tribe as a part of its exhibits.
Timbisha Baskets at Scotty's Castle
Bishop, CA, 93515
We are accepting applications for a position on the enrollment committee
Please click here to view the complete announcment.
There are currently two vacancies on the TSCC
To view the flyer please click here
There is a job opening for a Maintenance Supervisor at the
Death Valley Junction Cultivation Facility.
Please click here for complete job description.
Claremont Graduate University
Native American Fellowship, Claremont, C.A. CGU has recently received a grant from the US Department of Education that will allow twelve Native Americans (in two cohorts of six each) to receive a 100% Tuition fellowship and a living stipend ($1400/month For 15 months) to support their earning of a k--‐12 teaching California Teaching credential and Master’s of education from Claremont Graduate University. Given that the first cohort will start classes in May 2018, Recruitment has already begun.
All Tribal Members please take this survey to
Help with the water needs for tribe.
Please download the survey and email completed forms to
There are also many new things happening with the Tribe!
Please read our newsletter here to find out all the information.
The Enrollment committee now consists of the following members.
Below are links to some of the historical documents from 1928. Some were from the 1930's. These documents are from the archives in Washington DC. Not all of the people listed below are Timbisha tribal members, but are from the area.
Read more: Historical Documents
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