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Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos

Delegation of Ute Indians in Washington, D.C. in 1880. Background: Woretsiz and general Charles Adams (Colorado) are standing. Front from left to right: ...

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In August 1997, Clifford Duncan and Betsy Chapoose of the Northern Ute Indian Tribe and Kenny Frost of the Southern Ute Indian Tribe participated in a Ute ...

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Native American, Chief Ouray of the Ute Indian Tribe was considered a peacemaker and was well respected by many people of his era. (Photo 1878 in Colorado ...

Old West Portrait of Chief Ouray and Wife, Ute Native American Indians, colorized by Kathleen Jensen-Long.

... the Navajo started living in the area of current day southwestern Colorado, southern Utah, Northern Arizona, and northwestern New Mexico. The Ute Tribes ...

Photochrome of Buckskin Charley Southern Ute Indian Chef Ignacio Colorado

A group of Utes taken prisoner at Fort Meade, South Dakota, about 1906.

An eight-member delegation from the Ute Tribe, including Ouray, fourth from the right, traveled to Washington, D.C., in 1868 to sign the Kit Carson Treaty, ...

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Teenage girl, with the title of Miss Ute Tribe, dressed in traditional regalia during

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Ute Indian Woman, Durango, Colorado, 1915-20s by William Pennington and Lisle

The Ute Chief Atchee, date unknown.

Ute Indian Girl in Colorado, photo taken by William Pennington in early

White River Ute mother. It was taken in 1916 by Harris & Ewing.

Ute Tribal Chairman Harold Cuthair treated students to the movie “Sing” and then pizza at Pizza Hut during the holiday break from school.

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Porrum and Pedro, Ute men, 1899. The Utes were a large tribe that

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Ute Mountain tribe member, Terry Knight, gives a Native American blessing the Colorado Governor

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Southern Ute Tribal member Arline Millich said tribal government operates in secrecy and ignores the will of its people.

Utes in Washington D.C. to sign the Brunot Treaty, 1874 (credit: Denver Public Library)

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Before the Europeans arrived on the scene, the eleven Ute bands were broken up into small family units for a large portion of each year.

Protesters demonstrate against the Dakota Access Pipeline near the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in Cannon Ball, North Dakota, Sept. 9, 2016.

Chief Washakie of the Shoshone Tribe is seated in the center of this group of Indian

Proposed changes to the Southern Ute Indian Tribe's traffic code would affect non-Native Americans traveling through the reservation.

BUCKLEY AIR FORCE BASE, Colo. -- Members of several Native American tribes pose

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Elders of Southern Ute Tribe pursue recall against leadership

Team Colorado's volleyball team take their turn

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... Tribe, and the Ute Mountain Tribe. The Utes migrated to what is now Colorado from Mexico before statehood but after European settlement of North America ...

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Raymond Frost, center, talks to Southern Ute tribal members about the importance of protecting water in a rally to show support for Native Americans in ...

Utah's First People: The Utes, Paiutes, and Goshutes - Utah Department of Heritage and Arts

Thus, a new age began in the intermountain region, and the saga of the Utes was about to commence.

The Southern Ute tribe owns several different businesses in Utah.

Ute people are part of Indigenous Peoples of the Great Basin, and gave their name (which means "Land of the sun") to the state of Utah.

A group of Goshute Indians, date unknown

American Indian Service in WWI

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Ute Indians, 1893

The governing Ute body uses the band system. Each band elects two representatives to four-year terms in two-year cycles.

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Members of the Standing Rock Sioux tribe and their supporters gather in a circle in the

A group of Southern Utes, including Chief Buckskin Charlie, stand with Eben Fine at

White Mesa, Utah, a reservation in southeast Utah that is home to the White Mesa Ute Mountain Ute Tribe.

Southern Ute Tribal Chairman Matthew Box, right, tours the Solix plant near Ignacio, where the tribe is a partner in an effort to create biodiesel from ...

Little girls at Bear Dance. Photo by Wendy Mimiaga.

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Votes are tallied for the Ute Mountain Ute tribal council election in October. Tribal members collaborated with University of Colorado Boulder students to ...

Native American tribe language map.

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Ancestral Ute and Navajo migrations into the Mesa Verde region. Map by Neal Morris;

Ute Indians were amazing people that lived in this area from the late 1300's to 1881. Ute children gathered food like seeds, fruits, insects, corn, ...

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Southern Ute Indian Tribe Spiritual Leader Eddie Bent Box Walks On,

The is Southern Ute Tribe which has about approximately 1,375–1500 members. The reservation is in SW Colorado. It is about 1,064 square miles in La Plata, ...

They are a people that say, “when forever comes, we will be here.” Colorado Springs residents' idea that Indigenous cultural resources—real or not—can be ...

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Jim Keener of the Southern Utes' gas extraction company at a well in Durango, Colo. Credit Kevin Moloney for The New York Times

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Pumps dot the landscape of the Southern Ute Reservation in southwest Colorado — home to one of the richest gas deposits in the country.

Cliff dwellings inside Mesa Verde National Park near Cortez, CO. A tour around southwest Colorado ...

Lomahaftewa says he's the only Northern Ute tribal member living full-time in the Roaring Fork Valley.

The also have access to the Brunot Treaty areas for hunting and fishing. It is a 3.7-million-acre range on the Utah-Colorado. Ute Mtn.Ute Tribe

... born in Colorado Springs in 1883; just 70 years later, comedian Tim Allen came into the world in Denver. Which career best reflects the spirit of the ...

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A small Colorado tribe takes control of its energy resources and becomes a billion-dollar corporation — but has it gone too far?

An Uncompahgre Ute shaved beaver hide painting, made by trapping beavers and shaving images into the stretched and cured hides.

Southern Ute tribal elders sit with Kevin Frost, a Tribal Council hopeful, on Thursday at the Multipurpose Building in Ignacio. The elders are organizing a ...