This article examines the ways in which the hunting-gathering people of the Mono Basin lived before their way of life and environment was overturned by the nineteenth-century arrival of Euro-American settlers with vastly different ways of interacting with the environment. And it tracks some of these alterations by tracking when and how sheep replaced pronghorns.
Marks, Robert B.
"Sheep Replace Pronghorn: An Environmental History of the Mono Basin,"
Eastern Sierra History Journal:
Vol. 2, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarship.claremont.edu/eshj/vol2/iss1/3