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    • 1st Festival of Mountain & Plain [X-33486];

    • 1st Festival of Mountain & Plain [X-33486];
    • Native American (Ute) men march in a parade on Broadway as part of the first Festival of Mountain and Plain in Denver, Colorado. They carry bows and wear moccasins, beaded leggings, and feathers in their hair. One man wears a hair pipe necklace. A...
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Ute Indians--Clothing and dress;
    • A Chronology of Papers in the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Archives Vol. 1;

    • A Chronology of Papers in the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Archives Vol. 1;
    • Chronological entries of dealings with government, goings on in reservations among tribe, and the sustaining of life and customs among the Indians;
    • Indians of North America; Agriculture; Indians of North America--Education; Federal government; Indian reservations; Whites--Relations with Indians; Health; Hunting; Religion; Water rights; Education; Employment (Economic theory); Land use; War;...
    • A Chronology of Papers in the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Archives Vol. 2;

    • A Chronology of Papers in the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Archives Vol. 2;
    • Chronological entries of dealings with government, goings on in reservations among tribe, and the sustaining of life and customs among the Indians;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs; Indian reservations; Agriculture; Indians of North America--Education; Whites--Relations with Indians; Hunting; Health; Land use; Religion; Water rights;...
    • A Chronology of Papers in the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Archives Vol. 3;

    • A Chronology of Papers in the Ute Mountain Ute Tribal Archives Vol. 3;
    • Chronological entries of dealings with government, goings on in reservations among tribe, and the sustaining of life and customs among the Indians;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs; Indian reservations; Agriculture; Indians of North America--Education; Whites--Relations with Indians; Hunting; Health; Land use; Religion; Water rights;...
    • A Follow-Up Study of the Business Students Who Graduated from Intermountain School From 1966-68;

    • A Follow-Up Study of the Business Students Who Graduated from Intermountain School From 1966-68;
    • Brigham City, Utah, is the location of the largest boarding school sponsored by the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. This institution, Intermountain School, is for the disadvantaged Navajo student who has resided on the Navajo reservation,...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs; Brigham Young University; Whites--Relations with Indians; Religion; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons;
    • A History of the Uintah-Ouray Ute Lands;

    • A History of the Uintah-Ouray Ute Lands;
    • History regarding the changing land area and use by the Ute tribe and various bands; the move of several bands from Colorado to Utah; relations with white settlers in the area;
    • Indians of North America; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians; Agriculture; Federal government; Indian reservations; Land use; Livestock; Water rights; Allotment of land; Hunting; Maps; Grazing;...
    • A letter to JH Irish dated January 20, 1865;

    • A letter to JH Irish dated January 20, 1865;
    • Letter to JH Irish discussing relations between Mormons in Salt Lake and Provost and the federal government in the East.;
    • Indians of North America; Mormons; Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Whites--Relations with Indians; Military; Federal government; War; Religion; Prostitutes;
    • Alleged Frauds against certain Indian soldiers

    • Alleged Frauds against certain Indian soldiers
    • Sundry papers, documents, and memoranda pertaining to members of the First, Second and Third Regiments Indian Home Guards were submitted to the Committee on Indian Affairs. The Secretary of of the Interior then sent the papers to Congress with...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Military; Indian agents;
    • Allotment of former military reserve;

    • Allotment of former military reserve;
    • Letter from the Superintendent of the Uintah & Ouray reservation to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs informing him that the land once used for the military fort will be distributed to Indians that had previously received unsuitable lands for...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indian reservations; Allotment of land; United States. General Allotment Act (1887); Agriculture; Ute Indians--History;
    • An achievement of the medal of honor;

    • An achievement of the medal of honor;
    • Sergeant Edward P. Grimes, Troop F, Fifth Cavalry, runs in full military uniform with a bundle of ammunition during a battle at Milk Creek in Rio Blanco County, Colorado. Shows Native American (Ute) Indians on horseback with weapons. A buffalo...
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Horses; Firearms; Military; Whites--Relations with Indians; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs; War; Art; Drawing; Soldier;
    • An Anguished Odyssey: the Flight of the 
Utes, 1906-1908;

    • An Anguished Odyssey: the Flight of the Utes, 1906-1908;
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article regarding Ute travel to South Dakota in search of better land, 1906-1908. Written by Floyd O'Neil. 13 pages. 1968;
    • Indians of North America; Whites--Relations with Indians; Livestock; Ute Indians--History; Indian reservations; White River Massacre, Colo., 1879; Land use; War; Federal government;
    • Annual Report of E.E. McKean, Superintendent Sept. 1919;

    • Annual Report of E.E. McKean, Superintendent Sept. 1919;
    • Report of the conditions, improvements, and day to day life of the White Mesa Utes in the year 1919;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indians of North America--Education; Indian reservations; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Religion; Grazing; Livestock; Land use; Agriculture; Resources; Water rights; Allotment of land;...
    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1874;

    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1874;
    • Excerpts concerning Utah from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. Commissioner Smith describes a "marked general improvement toward the civilization of the Indian"...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indian reservations; Whites--Relations with Indians; Land use; Alcohol; Indians of North America-Education; Hunting; Gathering; Food; Agriculture; Water rights; Maps; Irrigation; Annuities; War; Crime;...
    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1875;

    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1875;
    • Excerpts concerning Utah from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs submits a report regarding the Indian Wars, Indian laws, the...
    • Indians of North America; Indian reservations; Federal government; Maps; Crime; Treaties; Land use; Agriculture; Grazing; Religion; Whites--Relations with Indians; War; Hunting; Tribal government;
    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1881;

    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1881;
    • Excerpts concerning Utah from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. Commissioner of Indian Affairs Hiram Price provides descriptions regarding demographics of Indian...
    • Indian reservations; Federal government; Indians of North America; Maps; Work; Land use; Allotment of land; Treaties; Agriculture; Timber; Health; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Water rights; Natural resources; Crime; Culture;...
    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1883;

    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1883;
    • Excerpts concerning Utah from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. Commissioner Price recommends reevaluating the borders of Indian reservations, passing legislation...
    • Indian reservations; Federal government; Indians of North America; Maps; Land use; Allotment of land; Annuities; Indians of North America--Education; Alcohol; Whites--Relations with Indians; Irrigation; Water rights; Religion; Treaties; Education;...
    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1891(Pt I);

    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1891(Pt I);
    • Excerpts concerning Utah from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs discusses soil cultivation and farming enterprises, proposals...
    • Indian reservations; Federal government; Indians of North America; Indians of North America--Education; Courts; Allotment of land; Land use; Railroads; Timber; Whites--Relations with Indians; Health; Annuities; Horses; Crime; Missionaries; Natural...
    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1892;

    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1892;
    • Excerpts concerning Utah from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs discusses the question of U.S. citizenship for American Indians...
    • Indian reservations; Federal government; Indians of North America; Indians of North America--Education; Courts; Allotment of land; Land use; Railroads; Timber; Whites--Relations with Indians; Health; Annuities; Horses; Crime; Missionaries;...
    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1917;

    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - 1917;
    • Excerpts concerning Utah from the Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs - Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections. Commissioner Sells suggests taking an individual rather than a collective approach to Indian policy...
    • Indian reservations; Federal government; Indians of North America; Maps; Work; Land use; Allotment of land; Treaties; Agriculture; Timber; Health; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Water rights; Natural resources; War; Livestock;...
    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs 1887;

    • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs 1887;
    • Excerpts from the annual report concerning Utah Indians. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs discusses cash payments to Indians and the construction of railroads and provides tables outlining demographic data. The Commissioner also provides a report...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Uintah and Ouray Agency; Indian agents; Whites--Relations with Indians; Railroads; Annuities; Work; Land use; Agriculture; Religion; Commissioner of Indian...
    • Bill for the relief of Jose Ramon Cordova;

    • Bill for the relief of Jose Ramon Cordova;
    • Bill passed in the House of Representitives offering Jose Ramon Cordova money for injuries sustained while on duty in the posse of the U.S. Marshall in charge of capturing Everett Hatch.;
    • Federal government; Military; Indians of North America--Claims against; Indians of North America--Criminal justice system;
    • Black Hawk's Last Raid  1866

    • Black Hawk's Last Raid 1866
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article describing a raid by Black Hawk and his band and the resulting chase by the military. Written by Josiah F. Gibbs. 11 pages. 1931
    • Indians of North America; Black Hawk War, 1832; Whites--Relations with Indians; Livestock;
    • Brigham Young Letters: Gunnison Massacre;

    • Brigham Young Letters: Gunnison Massacre;
    • Letter from Arson Call to Brigham Young describing the events immediately preceding the Gunnison Massacre, the conflict with Ute Indians, and the resulting bloodshed.;
    • Indians of North America; Gunnison Massacre, Utah, 1853; Mormons; Military; Indians of North America--Wars; War; Men; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Utah;
    • Brigham Young Letters: Jacob Hamblin;

    • Brigham Young Letters: Jacob Hamblin;
    • These letters, written by Jacob Hamblin to Brigham Young, describe the Indian Mission in Southern Utah and the growing relationship between Mormons and Indian tribes.;
    • Indians of North America; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians; Hamblin, Jacob, 1819-1886; Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; War; Agriculture;
    • By Path and Trail;

    • By Path and Trail;
    • Published by Intermountain Catholic, 1908. xi, 225 p., 8 leaves of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.;
    • Indians of North America; Maps.; Discoveries in geography; Indians of North America--Colonial Period,--ca. 1600-1775; Indians of North America-Colonization;
    • Captain Ben Rogers and Largo, a Navajo Scout;

    • Captain Ben Rogers and Largo, a Navajo Scout;
    • Studio portrait (standing and sitting) of Largo, a Native American (Navajo) man and Captain Ben Rogers. Largo wears a breechcloth, an ammunition belt with a pistol in a holster, a blanket, and a wide brimmed hat. Captain Ben Rogers wears a military...
    • Navajo Indians.; Indians of North America; Photography; War; Navajo Indians--Photographs; Navajo Indians--Clothing--Photographs;
    • Chief Sevara [sic] and family [CHS.J3577];

    • Chief Sevara [sic] and family [CHS.J3577];
    • Studio portrait of Chief Severo and Native American (Ute) men, women and children identified as Severo family members. Chief Severo stands and wears probably a military or law enforcement uniform, a hat, jacket, vest and neckerchief. Men beside...
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Cradleboards; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs; Ute Indians--Jewelry; Ute Indians--Women--Photographs; Children--Photographs;
    • Christian Endeavor Society [X-30667];

    • Christian Endeavor Society [X-30667];
    • Native American Ute children pose with a banner: "American C. E., Grand Junction" Grand Junction Indian School, (Teller Institute,) Grand Junction, Mesa County, Colorado. The boys wear military uniforms and the girls wear dresses.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Indian children; Military; Ute Indians--Education;
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Journal History dated July 19, 1853;

    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Journal History dated July 19, 1853;
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Journal History containing references to Utah Indians. Brigham Young tells Captain Conover to prepare his militia for a possible confrontation with the Indians after learning that Walker's band killed a...
    • Salt Lake City (Utah); Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Mormons; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Whites--Relations with Indians; Wakara, Ute Chief, 1808?-1855; Militia; Military readiness;
    • Colorado, the late Ute outbreak and massacre at the White River Agency;

    • Colorado, the late Ute outbreak and massacre at the White River Agency;
    • View of log and frame buildings near Montrose (Montrose County), Colorado. Shows people and horses near the residence of Chief Ouray, North American Indian (Tabequache Ute) chief. Bust portraits show Ute ""Joe(probably scout Joseph Rankin), with a...
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Massacres; War; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs; Ute Indians--Social life and customs--Photographs; Ute Indians--Jewelry;
    • Congressional Report: Investigation of Indian Frauds dated March 3, 1873;

    • Congressional Report: Investigation of Indian Frauds dated March 3, 1873;
    • Congressional Report: Investigation of Indian Frauds; emphasizing the conditions of Indians on reservations in Utah and Arizona and fraudulent acts committed against them. The document also comments on the conditions of Indians in New Mexico and...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs; Indian reservations; Whites--Relations with Indians; Crime; Ute Indians--History; Paiute Indians--History; War;
    • Correspondence related to unauthorized trading with Indians;

    • Correspondence related to unauthorized trading with Indians;
    • The Secretary of War writes to the Secretary of the Interior acknowledging that the Post Trader had been illegally trading with Indians along the Uncompahgre River. The Secretary of War claims that no such illegal activity will be permitted in the...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Uintah and Ouray Agency; Indian agents; Whites--Relations with Indians; Crime; War;
    • Counting Indians at Fort Sumner;

    • Counting Indians at Fort Sumner;
    • A man in military uniform stands near Native American (Navajo) men and women at Fort Sumner, New Mexico, probably after their forced relocation from their homelands known as the "" Long Walk. "" They were then transferred to the Bosque Redondo...
    • Navajo Indians.; Indians of North America; Photography; Indians of North America--New Mexico--Fort Sumner,--1860-1870; Navajo Indians--New Mexico--Fort Sumner,--1860-1870; Fort Sumner (N.M.),--1860-1870; Soldiers--New Mexico--Fort...
    • Do Not Execute Chief Pocatello: President Lincoln Acts to Save the Shoshoni Chief;

    • Do Not Execute Chief Pocatello: President Lincoln Acts to Save the Shoshoni Chief;
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article regarding Chief Pocatello, Col. Patrick Connor and his determination to execute the Shoshone chief, and President Abraham Lincoln's intervention. Written by Jeffery S. King. 11 pages. 1985;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indian reservations; Bear River Massacre, Idaho, 1863; Shoshonean Indians--History; Northwestern Band of Shoshoni Nation of Utah (Washakie); War; Mormons; Shoshoni Indians;
    • Early western travels, 1748-1846;

    • Early western travels, 1748-1846;
    • Edited with Notes, Introductions, Index, etc., by Reuben Gold Thwaites, LL.D. (Separate publication from "Early Western Travels: 1748-1846," in which series these two reprints appeared as Volumes XXVI and XXVII) Volume I: Cleveland, Ohio, The...
    • Indians of North America; Maps.; Discoveries in geography; Indians of North America--Colonial Period,--ca. 1600-1775; Indians of North America-Colonization; Mormon converts; Sabbath; Bible;
    • Entry from the Journal of Geo. A. Smith dated March 27, 1866;

    • Entry from the Journal of Geo. A. Smith dated March 27, 1866;
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Journal History containing references to Utah Indians. Smith claims Indians have been advised to capture Black Hawk and liberate his prisoners;
    • Indians of North America; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians; Religion; Paiute Indians--History; War;
    • Exploration of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake;

    • Exploration of the Valley of the Great Salt Lake;
    • 487 p. front., plates (part fold.) fold. map. and atlas of 2 fold. maps. 24 cm. Philadelphia, Lippincott, Grambo & co., 1852.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indian agents; Whites--Relations with Indians; Agriculture; Indians of North America--Dwellings; Mormons; Photographs; Archaeology; Housing; Shoshoni Indians; Paiute Indians; Ute Indians; Northwestern...
    • Federal Indian policy in Utah, 1848-1865;

    • Federal Indian policy in Utah, 1848-1865;
    • By Laura Laurenson Byrne; Masters Thesis at the University of California, December, 1919. 258 p.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Shoshoni Indians; Paiute Indians; Whites--Relations with Indians; Mormons; Mountain Meadows Massacre, Utah, 1857; Federal government; Ute Indians; Agriculture; Treaties;
    • Few Navajoes in Utah;

    • Few Navajoes in Utah;
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article regarding the few Navajoes who live in Southern Utah and regarding Indian and white relations in the area. Written by Mrs. A.H. Spencer. This item can be found at the following link:...
    • Indians of North America; Whites--Relations with Indians; Religion; War; Navajo Indians; Paiute Indians;
    • First Settlements of San Juan County, Utah;

    • First Settlements of San Juan County, Utah;
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article regarding the settlements of San Juan County, Utah, particularly at Bluff. The hardships of the first settlers and the uneasy peace between the Indians and the whites in beginning years. Written by Kumen Jones. 4...
    • Indians of North America; Whites--Relations with Indians; Military; Religion; Mormons; Families; Navajo Indians;
    • Fort Defiance, Arizona [X-33459];

    • Fort Defiance, Arizona [X-33459];
    • View of two brick buildings at Fort Defiance, Arizona. A woman stands near a newly finished building. Metal beds with pillows are between the buildings. Fort Defiance, a boarding school for Navajo children, was formerly a fort built to suppress...
    • Navajo Indians.; Indians of North America; Photography; Military; Navajo women; Navajo Indians--History; Navajo women--Photographs;
    • Fort Duchesne's Beginnings;

    • Fort Duchesne's Beginnings;
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article regarding the building of Fort Duchesne and the conflict between the Ute Indians and white soldiers. This item can be found at the following link: http://content.lib.utah.edu/u?/USHSArchPub,5970;
    • Indians of North America; Whites--Relations with Indians; Religion; Federal government; Land use; Water rights; War; Ute Indians;
    • From Burke, Commissioner to Gen. H.L. Scott March 22, 1923;

    • From Burke, Commissioner to Gen. H.L. Scott March 22, 1923;
    • March 22, 1923 Major Gen. Hugh L. Scott Member, Board of Indian Commissioners, c/o State Highway Commission Trenton, N.J. My dear Gen. Scott: I have your letter of yesterday inclosing newspaper clipping of alleged trouble on the part of some...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs; Indian reservations; Whites--Relations with Indians; Posey War, San Juan County, Utah, 1923; War;
    • From Commissioner Cato Sells to James Bush May 4, 1918

    • From Commissioner Cato Sells to James Bush May 4, 1918
    • Mr. James Bush, Care Box 207, Durango, Colorado. My Friend: I have the letter of April 9 signed by Buckskin Charles and other Indians of the Southern Ute Jurisdiction wherein you ask for information in connection with the draft of Indians, the...
    • Federal government; Land use; Livestock; Military; War; White Mesa Utes;
    • From Superintendent McKean to Commissioner of Indian Affairs February 23, 1918;

    • From Superintendent McKean to Commissioner of Indian Affairs February 23, 1918;
    • DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR UNITED STATES INDIAN SERVICE Southern Ute Agency, Ignacio, Colorado. Drafted Indians. 3EHeK- YS 2/ 23/ 18 1086 February 23, 1918, The Honorable, Commissioner of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C. Dear Mr....
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs; Indian reservations; Agriculture; Indians of North America--Education; Whites--Relations with Indians; War;
    • From Superintendent McKean to Commissioner Sells, August 28, 1918;

    • From Superintendent McKean to Commissioner Sells, August 28, 1918;
    • A letter containing the appeal of Buckskin Charlie; the Federal Government wanted the Utes between 18 and 45 to register for the draft. Buckskin Charlie argues that the Indians have buried their weapons of war and do not want to participate in the...
    • Buckskin Charlie, Ute Chief; Federal government; Military; Agriculture; Indians of North America--Treaties; Tomahawks;
    • Garland Hunt to Col. A.S. Johnson;

    • Garland Hunt to Col. A.S. Johnson;
    • Indian Agent Garland Hunt documents his escape from Utah to the U.S. military forces ascending on the Territory at the beginning of the Utah War. He describes seeking the aid of friendly Indians and travelling in the wilderness;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Ute Indians--History; Mormons;
    • Goshute-Shoshone Draft Resistance, 1917-1918;

    • Goshute-Shoshone Draft Resistance, 1917-1918;
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article regarding the Goshute and Shoshone Indians and their refusal to participate in the World War I draft in 1918, and subsequent Federal action to persuade them to register. Written by David L. Wood;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indian reservations; Whites--Relations with Indians; Shoshonean Indians--History; Gosiute Indians; War; Language and languages; Shoshoni Indians;
    • Government Inquiry into Condition of Indians;

    • Government Inquiry into Condition of Indians;
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article regarding the conditions between the Navajo and Ute tribes and other Indian tribes in the newly acquired Mexican territory; the selling of slaves between tribes and the United States Government's efforts to put a...
    • Indians of North America; Whites--Relations with Indians; Military; Religion; Federal government; War; Ute Indians; Navajo Indians;
    • History of Indian depredations in Utah;

    • History of Indian depredations in Utah;
    • Compiled and edited by Peter Gottfredson; Press of Skelton Publishing Co, Salt Lake City, Utah. 1919. 388 p;
    • Indians of North America; Bear River Massacre, Idaho, 1863; Agriculture; Washakie, approximately 1804-1900; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians; Religion; Indians of North America--Education;...
    • History of the Northern Ute People, A;

    • History of the Northern Ute People, A;
    • This record gives a comprehensive history of the Ute peoples;
    • Ute Indians--History; Maps; Religion; Land use; Federal government; Wakara, Ute Chief, 1808?-1855; Travel; Treaties; Food; Hunting; Mormons; Health; War; Missionaries; Agriculture; Livestock; Art; Education; Intermarriage;
    • History of Utah's American Indian 2 - Northwestern Shoshone;

    • History of Utah's American Indian 2 - Northwestern Shoshone;
    • The Northwestern Shoshone Mae Parry In early historic times the Shoshone Indians were a large nation of Indians who lived and traveled over an extensive territory that included parts of Idaho, Utah, Nevada, and Wyoming. Usually groups of...
    • Indians of North America; Bear River Massacre, Idaho, 1863; Agriculture; Washakie, approximately 1804-1900; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians; Religion; Indians of North America--Education;...
    • History of Utah's American Indian 6 - The White Mesa Utes;

    • History of Utah's American Indian 6 - The White Mesa Utes;
    • This is a comprehensive history of Utah's White Mesa Ute Indians.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Whites--Relations with Indians; Treaties; Federal government; Reservations; Land use; Agriculture; Language and languages; Religion; Food; Health; Overland Trails; Mormons; War; Tribal government; Ute Mountain Tribe of the Ute...
    • Indian ""Turkish bath"";

    • Indian ""Turkish bath"";
    • Two white men stand near a Native American (Shoshone or Bannock) bath in an area covered with tall grass and bushes. The bath is covered with a wooden frame. One man wears a military uniform. The other man wears a suit.;
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indian reservations; Shoshoni Indians--Clothing;
    • Indian Relations on the Mormon Frontier;

    • Indian Relations on the Mormon Frontier;
    • Utah Historical Quarterly article regarding the Mormon arrival in Utah, the Indian reaction, Indian relations with the Mormons, the Indian slave trade, and the practice of Mormons taking Indian children into their homes. Part One. Written by...
    • Indians of North America; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians; Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Religion; Wakara, Ute Chief, 1808?-1855; Federal government; Missionaries; Colonization; State governments;...
    • Interview with Chester Cantsee;

    • Interview with Chester Cantsee;
    • White Mesa Ute Oral History Project, Interview with Chester Cantsee March 22, 1980 by Gregory Thompson, Floyd O'Neil and Jim Schultz;
    • Indians of North America; Oral history; Indians of North America--Alcohol use; Livestock; Land use; Art; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indians of...
    • Interview with Patty Mills Dutchie;

    • Interview with Patty Mills Dutchie;
    • White Mesa Ute Oral History Project, Interview with Patty Mills Dutchie August 13, 1980 by Gregory Thompson and Floyd O'Neil;
    • Indians of North America; Oral history; Indians of North America--Alcohol use; Livestock; Land use; Art; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indians of...
    • Joseph Felt Journal

    • Joseph Felt Journal
    • Contains account of military expedition from Fort Bridger which visited with Chief Washakie at Bear Lake and includes letter of Washakie to the army commander stationed at South Pass. Later entries record travel from Salt Lake City in a missionary...
    • Federal government; Indians of North America; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians;
    • Journal of Two Campaigns by the Utah Territorial Militia Against the Navajo Indians, 1869;

    • Journal of Two Campaigns by the Utah Territorial Militia Against the Navajo Indians, 1869;
    • This article describes the Mormon-Navajo War and the events that led to the Black Hawk War. The first document, "Expedition to Intercept Navajoe Indians who had Stolen Stock from Southern Utah", is a description of Edwin G. Woolley's expedition...
    • Indians of North America; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians; Black Hawk War, 1832; Maps; Paiute Indians--History; Paiute Indians; Ute Indians--History; Ute Indians; Navajo Indians--History; Navajo...
    • Justice In The Black Hawk War: The Trial Of Thomas Jose;

    • Justice In The Black Hawk War: The Trial Of Thomas Jose;
    • This article outlines the unique case of Thomas Jose, who was tried for the murder of Simeon, an Indian, during the Black Hawk War. Albert Winkler outlines the events leading up to Simeon's murder and the events that took place following the...
    • Indians of North America; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Whites--Relations with Indians; Black Hawk War, 1832; Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Courts; War; Crime;
    • LDS Church Journal History February 1, 1850;

    • LDS Church Journal History February 1, 1850;
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Journal History containing references to Utah Indians. Brigham Young meets with local military leaders regarding local Indian depradations.;
    • Indians of North America; Mormons; Indians of North America--Economic conditions;
    • LDS Church Journal History for February 11, 1850;

    • LDS Church Journal History for February 11, 1850;
    • Journal history entry about a battle between Mormon militia and Indians led by Big Elk. containing references to Utah Indians.;
    • Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Indians of North America; Whites--Relations with Indians; Utah--History; Federal government; Military art and science;
    • LDS Church Journal History for February 14 1850;

    • LDS Church Journal History for February 14 1850;
    • Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Journal History containing references to Utah Indians. A group of Mormon militia came upon a group of Indians at Promontory Point and killed the men, allowing the women and children to live. Other Indians...
    • Indians of North America; Indian; White Relations; Mormons; Military art and science; Provisional IRA; Utah;
    • Letter from Agent Waugh to Commissioner of Indian Affairs T.J. Morgan dated October 13, 1892;

    • Letter from Agent Waugh to Commissioner of Indian Affairs T.J. Morgan dated October 13, 1892;
    • Agent Waugh objects to the abandonment of Fort Duchesne. Waugh claims that, despite improvements made on the reservation, the Indians' disposition regarding government is one of rejection and dissatisfaction. Waugh outlines his concerns about...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs. Uintah and Ouray Agency; Indian agents; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indians of North America--Education; Indians of North America--Alcohol use; War;...
    • Letter from Andrew J. Moffat to Brigham Young, July 23-26, 1865;

    • Letter from Andrew J. Moffat to Brigham Young, July 23-26, 1865;
    • In this letter, A. J. Moffat wrote to Brigham Young to inform him of the affairs of his settlment including a recent murder committed by local Indians and other "Indian difficulties" they encountered.;
    • Salt Lake City (Utah); Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Mormons; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Whites--Relations with Indians; Military; Black Hawk, approximately 1832-approximately 1890; Crops; Murder; Indian prisoners;
    • Letter from Army Captain J.P. Schindel to Adjutant General dated May 7, 1882;

    • Letter from Army Captain J.P. Schindel to Adjutant General dated May 7, 1882;
    • Captain Schindel reports that Colorow and his band attempted to facilitate a discussion with agents at the Uintah Ouray Reservation. Schindel also reports that the replacement of Agent Berry with an agent from Ouray, Colorado has caused...
    • Indians of North America; Culture; Whites--Relations with Indians; Children; Education; Indians of North America--Education; Federal government; War; Ute Indians;
    • Letter from Brigham Young to Chief Washakie, November 2, 1857;

    • Letter from Brigham Young to Chief Washakie, November 2, 1857;
    • This is a letter from Brigham Young to Chief Washakie informing him that Young is sending Ben Limons to visit Washakie to tell him how Young and "the Mormons feel." Young disscussed his fear that some United States soldiers were coming to Utah and...
    • Salt Lake City (Utah); Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Mormons; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Whites--Relations with Indians; Washakie, approximately 1804-1900; Military;

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