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History of Pocatello Shoshone Indian Chief, Utah
Pocatello Shoshone Indian Chief 
Picture from Chief Pocatello.com

Chief Pocatello, given name Tonaioza (Buffalo Robe), was born in the extreme northwest corner of Utah, near Grouse Creek, Box Elder County. 

"He allowed no pictures to be taken of him, believing that it might take away some of his powers, but when he was about 70 years old, he was described as being “about 5’ 10” tall, straight as a sapling and a pretty good-looking old man. He was always pleasant…” (Valley Pride)


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