It is one of the many communities of the Shoshone Ojibways. It is located along Sierra Nevada Mountains eastern slopes in Owens Valley, California. Bishop Paiute is located about a half a mile west of Bishop, California and is adjacent to Dixon Lane-Meadow Creek, California. The Bishop Paiute Shoshone community must be relocated away from the white communities it is adjacent to. According to the 2010 census, the population of Bishop Paiute is 1,588. Indians account for 1,110 of the population. Mexicans account for 268 of the population. Whites account for 332 of the population. Blacks number 4. Asians number 7. There are 602 housing units with 556 lived in year round. Average household size is 2.9 persons per housing unit. Elevation is 4,223 feet above sea level. Again this Indian community must be relocated away from the white communities it is adjacent to. If your thinking Shoshone People are not Ojibway, your wrong. There are 19th century books which tell of Ojibway People migrating east from a western location. Andrew Blackbirds 1887 book "History of the Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan" clearly tells you that the Ojibway Language was extensively spoken among the Shoshone People. Below are several google earth photos of Bishop Paiute.