Established around the perimeters of Pipe Spring, Kaibab Paiute Indian Reservation is currently home to about 300 people. The Paiutes had been a hunter gather society that moved among springs and seasonal water sources. When Mormon settlers and other Anglos took over most of the available land and water, surviving Paiutes became dependent on them for food and supplies. The tribe had less than 100 people by the 1900s. Contemporary Paiutes cater to tourists and other passersby for tribal income.