A tribute to Shoshonean history and culture is planned at the Colter Bay Visitor Center in Grand Teton National Park September 4thand 5th. The Shoshonean peoples of the Eastern Great Basin and Western Plains hunted seasonally in what is now Grand Teton National Park and left behind a sizeable archeological record. Their modern-day descendants still live in the region and have maintained their languages and cultural practices. Cultural speakers and exhibits of traditional and modern Shoshonean arts will explain the present-day influence of Shoshone peoples. Presentations begin at 10:00 am Wednesday, September 4thand continue through Thursday, September 5th.