PAIUTE MOTHER AND CHILD , circa 1870
Moapa Southern Paiute, Paiute woman and girl wearing traditional Paiute basket hats. Baby swaddled
Paiute Indians P.20 :: Utah State Historical Society - Classified Photographs
Photo of a Navajo same-sex couple from the film “Two Spirits” taken
Chief Crane of the Potawatomi, holding tomahawk and with unidentified Native American man in a
A Ute Bear Dance being performed on the Uintah-Ouray Reservation in 1924
Two Paiute children, Mon-su and Su-vu-it, photographed in
Sarah Winnemucca was born in 1842 the daughter of Chief Winnemucca, leader of the Paiutes
Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos
Paiute mother and children, c.1900, photographer unknown. (Photoshopped b&w version
Native American, Chief Ouray of the Ute Indian Tribe was considered a peacemaker and was well respected by many people of his era.
A Navajo grandmother with her granddaughter in Monument Valley
Pah-Ute (Paiute) Indian group, near Cedar, Utah. Taken in 1872.
A Ute warrior and his bride in 1874, photograph by John K. Hillers.
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Black and white image of two men on horse back
Paiute boys - circa 1870 - by ??? (Photoshopped b&w version)
The Ute Chief Atchee, date unknown.
A group of Goshute Indians, date unknown
A group of Utes taken prisoner at Fort Meade, South Dakota, about 1906
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Francis and Clyde Sam around 1924, two Paiute Indians from Nevada and Yosemite Valley -
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Janelle Doughty, a member of the SOUTHERN UTE Indian Tribe and director of social services for the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe,
Southern Paiute women wearing Ute dresses. Women are wearing baskets for seed gathering and are
Paiute Indian woman basket maker of Yosemite Valley, ca.1900 :: California Historical
Navajo Indian Medicine Man by TRiver, via Flickr
An old photograph of a Ute Woman and Children 1910.
Ute people - Delegation of Ute Indians in Washington, D.C. in 1880. Background:
Local trading post owner Harry Goulding (c. 1925 with wife “Mike”), once described by a Hollywood studio worker as a Gary Cooper type, was responsible for ...
rugged area south of the Colorado River had held refuge for Hoskannini and his band of Navajos when they were being pursued by Kit Carson and the U.S. Army, ...
Ute man with blanket, Navajo Springs:
Ford made seven movies in Monument Valley (1956′s The Searchers, with Jeffrey Hunter, John Wayne and Harry Carey Jr.). (Courtesy Everett Collection)
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Published in Free Range Report: "President Obama's consideration of designating the 1.9 million acre Bears Ears National Monument begs the follow-up ...
... Ute Chief Buckskin Charley Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune David W. Pershing, University of Utah president ...
In 1863, skirmishes between U.S. troops and Navajo compelled the U.S. government to order the relocation of the Indians to a reservation 350 miles to the ...
A Navajo man in ceremonial mask and costume, date and location unknown
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S.PAIUTE MOTHER AND CHILD , 1936
Captivity, Adoption, Marriage and Identity: Native American Children in Mormon Homes, 1847-1900.
... Al Hartmann | The Salt Lake Tribune Ute tribal elder Leo Tapoof gives opening words and ...
Indian termination policy - Republican Senator Arthur Watkins of Utah was the chief Congressional proponent of
Southern Utes. Ouray & Chipeta on right. Credit: U.S. Signal Corps.
Ute Indian Man by Harry H. Buckwalter 1901
Bishop Paiute Tribe - Image: Bishop paiute women 1940
Navajo family sitting on ground by tree, Monument Valley, 1960s
Ouray (Ute leader) - Ouray and Chipeta
Washington Redskins name controversy - Image: Not Your Mascot
Paiute War-(photo: Numaga)- The Paiute War also known as the
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John Ford in Monument Valley (c. 1939) on the set of Stagecoach. (The Kobal Collection)
Ouray (Ute leader) - Buckskin Charlie and John McCook reburying Ouray's bones, Ignacio
Member of the Shivwits Band, in 1875, being baptized by Mormon Missionaries.
Paiute women, 1860s, Salt Lake City, Utah.
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... Utes: Buckskin Charlie - War Chief of the Utes ...
Navajo Nation Council Delegate
Navajo Nation - Navajo girl Canyon de Chelly, (1941) Ansel Adams
Paiute Jim and wife - Paiute - 1867 Read more: http://amertribes
“Your bogus claim that the Navajo and the Hopi were having land disputes when the truth was they weren't, was refreshing to me and reminded me of my ...
"Yaz-Yah" , A Navajo Girl , New Mexico , 00-10s. "
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Angie weaving a traditional Paiute cradleboard.
If Washington designates a new 1.9-million-acre national monument, area communities will suffer.
Jonathan Nez, Vice President, Navajo Nation, speaks during a press conference at the Salt Lake Marriott City Center Monday, December 4, 2017.
Navajo - Untitled. Ansel Adams. 1941. Taken near Canyon de Chelly