GBIA Vivian Cinabar

Vivian Cinnibar is very knowledgeable about the role her family played in history of the Western Shoshoni. She explains the controversy that follows with signing of the Ruby Valley Treaty of 1863 with the United States Government, known as the treaty of Peace and Friendship. Vivian relates to how the church educated the Shoshoni at Duck Valley, the time she spent going to boarding school at Riverside, and how tuberculosis killed many of her siblings as a child.