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Koso (Panamint)

The Koso lived in the area east of the crest of the Sierra, south of Owens Lake and across the Coso, Panamint and Death Valleys. The land was a barren and harsh habitat. The Koso population was the meagerest. Possibly 200 at peak numbers.

The Koso were also called Kosho, Panamint, Shikaviyam, Sikiam, Shikaich, Kaich, Kwü, Sosoni, and Shoshone.

Neighbors to the north were the Mono, south were the Chemehuevi and Vanyume, to the west were the Tübatulabal.

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