Status: Federally Recognized
Reservation: Landless tribe. LDS Church provided 87 acres in Washakie, Utah.
Tribal Membership: In 202, there were 431. On reservation population: none.
Location: Tribal headquarters are located in Brigham City, Utah.
Trust Acreage: In 1989, the LDS church gave the tribe 187 acres of land (Washakie, Utah) that constitutes the Tribe’s reservation. Nearby there are additional privately owned Indian lands held in trust by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, DOI.
Language Family: Uto-Aztecan, part of the larger Shoshonean-speaking peoples.
Law and Order: Being landless subjects them to the laws of the state of Utah.
Health Services: Tribal Clinic at Fort Hall, Idaho, which is served under the Portland Area Office, Indian Health Service, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
Court System: Being landless subjects them to the laws of the state of Utah.
Codes and Ordinances:The Tribe has numerous codes and ordinances mostly pertaining to enrollment procedures, elections, housing, hunting & fishing.
Tribal Organization: Non IRA tribe. The Tribal Constitution was approved August 1987 and revised in 2007. They have a self-governance form of government. Enrolled tribal members, 18 years of age or older, meet at least once per year to address tribal business and help provide direction to the Tribal Council.