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    • (41) Origin of the Echo (Paiute);

    • After local villagers rescue their stolen daughter from Teu-gai (a witch), she brings her entire family to hide in the mouth of her grandfather, To-go-au (the rattlesnake). However, Teu-gai gets stuck, so To-go-au sheds his skin, leaving her stuck...
    • Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Origins; Indians of North America--Languages;
    • (Story of the Sai-du-kas);

    • Native American story of Sai-du-kas. Transcription of an oral history from Natches(somewhat illegible).;
    • Indians of North America; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Indians of North America--Languages; Folklore; Mythology; Religion; Paiute Indians--History;
    • 1849-1850 Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs.;

    • Excerpts concerning Utah Indians. Courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Digital Collections;
    • 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; Ute Indians;...
    • 1913 Ute Census (Part 1);

    • This document provides a partial list of names from the 1913 Ute Census.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indians of North America--Government relations;
    • 1913 Ute Census (Part 2);

    • This document provides a list of names from the 1913 Ute Census.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indians of North America--Government relations; Indian Reservations Utah;
    • 1913 Ute Census (Part 3);

    • This document provides a partial list of names from the 1913 Ute Census.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indians of North America--Government relations;
    • 1913 Ute Census (Part 4);

    • This document provides a partial list of names from the 1913 Ute Census.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indians of North America--Government relations;
    • 1913 Ute Census (Part 5);

    • This document provides a partial list of names from the 1913 Ute Census.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indians of North America--Government relations;
    • 1st Festival of Mountain & Plain [X-33481];

    • Native American (Ute) children pose near a group of tepees at the first Festival of Mountain and Plain in Denver, Colorado. Spectators stand nearby.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Dwelling; Ute Indians--Clothing and dress;
    • 1st Festival of Mountain & Plain [X-33483];

    • Native American (Ute) families sit near a group of tepees and a tent at the first Festival of Mountain and Plain in Denver, Colorado. Spectators stand nearby.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Dwellings; Ute women; Indian children; Ute Indians--Clothing and dress;
    • 1st Festival of Mountain & Plain [X-33485];

    • Native American (Ute) men and women ride on horseback in a parade as part of the first Festival of Mountain and Plain in Denver, Colorado. One woman has a baby in a cradleboard strapped to her back. Spectators line the street.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Ute women; Cradleboards; Ute Indians--Clothing and dress;
    • 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;
    • 1st Festival of Mountain and Plain [X-33488];

    • Native American (Ute) men pose between two tents at the first Festival of Mountain and Plain in Denver, Colorado. The men wear blankets. One man wears fur pelts over his braids.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Photography; Ute Indians--Clothing and dress;
    • 3 Utes with hand drums starting "Coyote" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909;

    • American Indians with hand drums (far left); man in loose-brimmed hat, blanket over left shoulder (center); Native Americans in feathered headdresses sit among the rocks on hillside (right);
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Headgear; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian dance--Photographs;...
    • 3 Young Ute Indians, White Rocks - Summer 1909;

    • American Indians stand on a porch of wooden planks before the door of a building with wooden siding; glass in transom above door is broken; First (left) figure's face obscured by shadow; wears black, round-brimmed hat with mid-toned hatband and...
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Ute Indians--History; Indians; Buildings; Ute Indians--Photographs; Men--Photographs; Women--Photographs;
    • ""Squaw"" line and Indians (including ""Old Sioux"")...

    • Thee American Indians sitting (center) wearing feathered headdresses; Native American women wrapped in blankets sit huddled on the hill along the horizon line (center left); unidentifiable figure stands (extreme left margin); upper two-thirds of...
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Ute Indians--History; Sioux; Ute Indians--Photographs;
    • ""Uncle Sam"", White Rocks - Summer 1909;

    • American Indian stands in a field of scrub brush, stones and wild flowers, against backlit sky, casting his facial features in shadow; wears large wide-brimmed hat with striped, beaded hat band; white, pin-stripe shirt, black vest with small,...
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Ute Indians--History; Indians; Ute Indians--Photographs; Men--Photographs;
    • "A History of Utah's American Indians" - Introduction;

    • A HISTORY OF UTAH'S AMERICAN INDIANS Edited by Forrest S. Cuch A HISTORY OF UTAH'S AMERICAN INDIANS A HISTORY OF UTAH'S AMERICAN INDIANS Edited by Forrest S. Cuch with chapters by David Begay Dennis Defa Clifford Duncan Ronald...
    • Shoshoni Indians; Ute Indians--History; Indians--Language; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indian reservations; Paiute Indians; Navajo Indians; Gosiute Indians; Treaties; Federal government; Indian termination policy; Bear River Massacre, Idaho,...
    • "Cherry Blossom" a Ute Indian Maiden from U and O;

    • Color photograph of a young woman standing among brush against a rock formation. She wears a blue and white dress and she looks off to the right of the photograph.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Ute women; Indian reservations; Utah; Ute Indians--Clothing and Dress;
    • "Coyote" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909 [I];

    • American Indians gathered in open field; large drum (far left); feathered headdresses (left); wide-brimmed, feathered hats (center); women wrapped in blankets (right);
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Headgear; Men; Women; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian...
    • "Coyote" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909 [II];

    • Distant shot of two horse-drawn wagons stopped at a log cabin and attached clapboard building thant stands before rising bluff, mountains in the far background; suited man stands (center) another bends toward the ground, his back to the camera,...
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Landscapes; Ute Indians--History; Ute Indians--Utah--Ouray--Photographs; Horse-drawn vehicles--Utah--Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation--Photographs; Stagecoaches--Utah--Uintah and Ouray Indian...
    • "Coyote" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909;

    • American Indians clustered together in feather hats (far left); three in feathered headdresses (right/center); three in wide-brimmed, feathered hats (right);
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Headgear; Men; Women; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian...
    • "Coyote" dance, White Rocks, Summer '09;

    • A black and white photograph of tribe members performing the "coyote" dance. Some have traditional headdresses; everyone faces away from the camera.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Photography; Indian dances;
    • "Coyote" dance, White Rocks, Summer '09;

    • A black and white photograph of tribe members performing the "coyote" dance. Several members have traditional headdresses on; two of them face the camera and the others face them with their backs to the camera. Some kneel and others stand in the...
    • Ute Indians--History; Photography; Indian dances;
    • "Old Sioux" (Sioux Renegade) in dance costume, Summer '09;

    • A black and white photograph depicting men in traditional costume. The photograph is very dark; there is a dog standing in the foreground, and the men are facing away from the camera. There appear to be spectators in the background.;
    • Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Photographs; Art; Culture; Ute Indians;
    • "Sioux" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909 [VI];

    • Three figures standing with backs to camera (center left); American Indians in feathered headdresses flank a figure in a wide-brimmed hat and braids;
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Headgear; Men; Women; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian...
    • "Sioux" dance, White Rocks, Summer '09;

    • A black and white photograph showing three men in a line with their backs to the camera. The two men on the outside wear traditional headdresses, while the one in the middle wears a cowboy hat. The background is dark and difficult to see, although...
    • Indians of North America; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Photographs;
    • "Squaw" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909 [I];

    • Dense underexposure of five American Indians in alternating headwear; feathered headdresses and wide-brimmed hats; small, white dog visible between two figures (far left);
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Headgear; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian dance--Photographs;...
    • "Squaw" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909 [II];

    • Dense underexposure of American Indians standing in a semi-circle, four wear feathered headdresses; Figure in full-length headdress (far right) flanked by figure in wide-brimmed hat; Figure in foreground of extreme left margin with blanket over...
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Headgear; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian dance--Photographs;...
    • "Squaw" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909 [III];

    • Dense underexposure of six American Indians; Feathered headdresses (far left, center right, far right); wide-brimmed hats (left, right); braided hair, dark vest (center right); man on buckboard, saddled white pony in background (extreme left); two...
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Headgear; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian dance--Photographs;...
    • "Squaw" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909 [IV];

    • Slight underexposure of standing American Indians; two women wrapped in blankets (left); Man in dark suit, necktie and bowler (center) squaw in striped shirt slightly obscured by headdress (center right); three American Indian men in feathered...
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian dance--Photographs; Indians of...
    • "Squaw" dance, White Rocks - Summer 1909 [V];

    • Dense underexposure of American Indians standing in a semi-circle; two wear feathered headdresses (far left/center left); one wears wide-brimmed hat (left); four American Indian women wrapped in blankets (center);
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Ute Indians--History; Headgear; Ute Indians--Photographs; Indian dance--Photographs;...
    • "Squaw" dance, White Rocks, Summer '09;

    • A black and white photograph of tribe members who appear to be posing for the camera. Three of them wear traditional headdresses. In the background there are other people and a white horse.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Ute women; Indiance dance;
    • "Squaw" dance, White Rocks, Summer '09;

    • A black and white photograph of tribe members standing in a line, facing the left of the photograph. Several wear traditional headdresses.
    • Ute Indians--History; Ute women; Indiance dance;
    • "Squaw" dance, White Rocks, Summer '09;

    • A black and white photograph of tribe members standing in a semi-circle. They appear to be looking at something on the ground in front of them. Several wear traditional headdresses.
    • Ute Indians--History; Ute women; Indiance dance;
    • A Brief History of the Southern Utes;

    • Timeline of important dates among the Southern Ute/White Mesa people, beginning at 1150 to 1878.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Treaties; Mormons; Livestock; Spaniards; Alliances; Arkansas River; Fort Garland (Colo.);
    • 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;

    • 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;

    • 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 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 Navajo sheep-herder;

    • Shows a Native American (Navajo) man herding sheep and goats on an open hillside. He wears a blanket around his shoulders, a head band, and sandals. He carries a walking stick, a water bottle, and a rifle.
    • Navajo Indians; Indians of North America; Sheep; Ute Indians--Clothing and dress;
    • A Precarious Balance: The Northern Utes  And The Black Hawk War;

    • Historical document of the Black Hawk War from inception to conclusion;
    • Indians of North America; Photographs; Black Hawk War, 1832; Whites--Relations with Indians; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Federal government; Land use; Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Ute Indians--History; Paiute...
    • A runner for Chief Ouray;

    • Studio portrait of a Native American (Ute) man. He wears a vest, bandolier, medal, bead necklace, and kerchiefs in his braids.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Ouray; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs; Ute Indians--Jewelry;
    • A scene on the road, the passing of the Ute;

    • A Ute Native American, accompanied by four dogs, rides a horse by a road and a covered wagon in Montezuma County, Colorado.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Horses; Ute Indians--Photographs; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs;
    • A Telegram about the upcoming Sun Dance;

    • Telegram discussing the performance of the Sun Dance;
    • Indian Reservations Utah; Indians of North America--Government relations; Indian agents; Indians of North America--Social life and customs;
    • A Ute boy posed with a drum;

    • A Ute boy posed with a drum. Between 1893-1926;
    • Indians of North America; Indians of North America--Portraits; Photographs; Clothing and dress; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Ute Indians; Portraits;
    • A Ute camp [X-21034];

    • Ute tents and tepees are near trees, McElmo Canyon, Montezuma County, Colorado.
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Ute Indians--Dwellings--Photographs;
    • A Ute scout [P-50];

    • Outdoor portrait of Native American (Ute) man (on horseback); he wears beaded moccasins, fringed leggings, ammunition belt, and a feather in hair; horse has rope bridle and dark saddleblanket.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Horses; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs; Ute Indians--Jewelry;
    • A Ute squaw and papoose [X-30419];

    • Sitting portrait of a Native American Ute woman and a baby in a cradleboard posing next to the Los Pinos(?) River near Ignacio, La Plata County, Colorado. Shows a person kneeling to dip water from the river, buildings in background.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Ute women; Indian children; Cradleboards; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs; Ute Indians--Women--Photographs; Children--Photographs;
    • A Ute war party [P-49];

    • View of Native American (Ute) war party on horseback with rifles drawn; they wear moccasins, pants, and feathers in their hair; all horses have bridles and saddles.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Firearms; Horses; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs; Ute Indians--Jewelry;
    • A-Pat-We-Ma (squaw of Wich-Ha-Ka-Sa);

    • Standing studio portrait of A-Pat-We-Ma, a Native American woman (Ute); costume includes fur, beads, shells, and braids.;
    • Ute Indians--History; Indians of North America; Photography; Ute women; Ute Indians--Clothing--Photographs; Ute Indians--Jewelry; Ute Indians--Women--Photographs;
    • Abram Hatch to Brigham Young, July 5, 1854;

    • In this letter, Abram Hatch writes to Young to update him about a trip to visit Chief Walker that Young authorized, including the delivering of gifts. Walker was not at the camp because he left earlier, Hatch followed him, but did not catch up to...
    • 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;
    • Account of Joe Wilson's shooting

    • REPRESENTING I GO BUSY FARMERS IN THE MANCOS VALLEY THE GARDEN SPOT OF THE SAN JUAN BASIN WE SELL I N CARLOAD LOTS HAY, GRAIN AND POTATOES AND R E G I S T E R ED CATTLE SHEEP AND HOGS Mount Lookout Grange No. 339 MANCOS, COLORADO April 23d,...
    • Indian; White Relations; White Mesa Utes;
    • Acres Under Cultivation (Part 1);

    • This document provides a partial list of names of Uintah and White River Indians and the number of acres cultivated by each individual;
    • Indians of North America; Allotment of land; Agriculture; Land use; Federal government; Ute Indians--History;
    • Acres under cultivation (Part 2);

    • This document provides a partial list of names of Uintah and White River indviduals and the number of acres of land they are cultivating;
    • Indians of North America; Agriculture; Federal government; Land use; Ute Indians--History; Allotment of land;
    • Acres Under Cultivation (Part 3);

    • This document provides a partial list of names of Uintah and White River indviduals and the number of acres of land they are cultivating;
    • Indians of North America; Agriculture; Federal government; Land use; Ute Indians--History; Plants; Vegetables;
    • Act of Congress dated May 1, 1888;

    • Act of Congress for the elimination or establishment of land for a reservation for Utes;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs; Indian reservations; Whites--Relations with Indians; Ute Indians--History;
    • Acts, Resolutions and memorials of passed by the Legislative Assembly of the Territory of Utah;

    • A memorial to congress presses for the extinguishment of Indian title to lands in the interest of letting white settlers farm said lands. The memorial also requests funds to create treaties and relocate Indians;
    • Indians of North America; Land use; Water rights; Agriculture; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indians of North America--Education; Shoshonean Indians--History; Ute Indians--History; Gosiute Indians--History;
    • Adult Ute Male Dressed for Bear Dance;

    • Black and white photograph of a man posed in his Bear Dance attire: white shirt and moccassins, and a dark cloth draped over his arm. He stands in front of a fence and looks at the camera;
    • Indians of North America; Photography; Photographs; Indians of North America--Rites and ceremonies; Indians of North America--Social life and customs; Ute Indians--History; Cradleboards; Indian children;
    • Agent (Capt.) Beck to Commissioner;

    • Letter regards a purported 'antogonism' from White River Utes to the author, Agent Beck. Marisco.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indian Reseravations Utah; Indians of North America--Government relations; Indian agents;
    • Agent Armstrong to Brigham Young dated June 20, 1853;

    • In this letter Agent George W. Armstrong reported of the interactions between Indians and Mormon settlers in Provo, Utah;
    • Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Mormons; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Whites--Relations with Indians; Black Hawk, approximately 1832-approximately 1890; Agriculture; Ute Indians--History; Navajo Indians--History; Shoshonean...
    • Agent Beck to Commissioner;

    • Letter regards a report of talks between agent Beck and a band of White Rivers Indians. The Indians are resisting the white man.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indian Reseravations Utah; Indians of North America--Government relations; Indian agents;
    • Agent Beck to Commissioner dated Aug. 2, 1897

    • Letter regards a report of Indians in communication with the federal government. The Indians feel they should be able to hunt, and travel when and where they want, just as the white man.
    • Indians of North America; indian; white relations; Ethnohistory; Land use; land rights; Culture; Language and languages; Federal government;
    • Agent Brennan to Agent Hall dated July 6, 1906

    • A group of Indians from Wyoming have arrived at the receiver's agency and they lack a 'pass'. Police are sent to send them home.
    • Indians of North America; indian; white relations; Ethnohistory; Land use; land rights; Culture; Language and languages; Federal government;
    • Agent Byrnes to Commissioner dated June 24, 1889;

    • A correspondence between an Indian agent and a Commissioner regarding resources, Indian/white relations/conflicts, mineral-rich land, infrastructure, finances, etc.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indian Reservations Utah; Indian agents;
    • Agent Byrnes to Commissioner of Indian Affairs;

    • Byrnes writes to the commissioner in regards to an Uncompahgre land dispute between Whites, Mexicans, and Indians. He requests a company of cavalry to secure the area while a new land survey is done, as to avoid bloodshed.
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indian Reservations Utah; Indian agents;
    • Agent Carson to Commissioner of Indian Affairs dated April 17, 1886;

    • Letter regards conflicts with Indians and the Homestead Law. Agent is asking for additional for instructions concerning Indians wishing to settle down according to the Homestead Law. Poor quality;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; United States. Office of Indian Affairs; Indian reservations; Whites--Relations with Indians; Frontier and pioneer life; Ute Indians--History;
    • Agent Downs to Commissioner of Indian Affairs dated Aug. 19, 1907

    • Special Agent Thomas Downs informs Commissioner that there is not enough rations at the Cheyenne River Agency in South Dakota to feed the Indians if Ute Tim Johnson moves ahead with plans to bring an additional 163 from the Uintah reservation..
    • Indians of North America; Food; Indian Agency; Reservations;
    • Agent Garland Hunt to Commissioner of Indian Affairs;

    • Indian agent Garland Hunt writes to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs and describes the success in growing crops at the Indian farms. He includes a valuation of the crops so far grown.;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Indian Reservations Utah; Indian agents;
    • Agent Garland Hunt to Commissioner of Indian Affairs

    • Agent Garland Hunt explains to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that agents before him have made presentation of gifts an expected part of any meeting between agents and Indians. Therefore he is bringing as many gifts as he can carry on his...
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Ute Indians--History; Mormons;
    • Agent Garland Hunt to Superintendent Jacob Forney;

    • Indian agent Hunt gives a report of activities on his assigned area within the Utah Agency. Problems with the food supply running out for some Indians and more news regarding Gunnison Massacre arrests;
    • Indians of North America; Indian reservations; Indian agents; Ute Indians--History; Whites--Relations with Indians; Gunnison Massacre, Utah, 1853; Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Mormons; Federal government;
    • Agent Garland Hurt to Commissioner of Indian Affairs;

    • Agent Garland Hunt complains to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that he does not have enough funds to help Indians and keep them from joining Tintic in making war against white settlers;
    • Indians of North America; Indian reservations; Indian agents; Ute Indians--History; Whites--Relations with Indians; Federal government;
    • Agent George W. Armstrong to Superintendent Brigham Young, June 30, 1856;

    • Agent George Armstrong reports that there is trouble with Indians to the South. Mentions Tintic. Includes affidavit signed by witnesses to Indian troubles.;
    • Salt Lake City (Utah); Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Mormons; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Whites--Relations with Indians; Federal government; Reservations; Agriculture; Land use; Irrigation; Wakara, Ute Chief, 1808?-1855;...
    • Agent H.R. Day to Commissioner of Indian Affairs, January 2, 1852;

    • Agent H.R. Day writes to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs that he arrives and then describes the people and land that he has been assigned by Superintendent Brigham Young.;
    • Salt Lake City (Utah); Young, Brigham, 1801-1877; Mormons; The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Whites--Relations with Indians;
    • Agent Hall to Commissioner dated Jan. 2, 1906

    • Hall writes about a toll road to be made in the favor of the country and Indians. Local Indians will be permitted to pass toll-free and received benefits.
    • Indians of North America; indian; white relations; Land use; Federal government;
    • Agent Hall to Commissioner dated Oct. 25, 1907;

    • Hall writes about annuitiess for Hill family children;
    • Indians of North America; Federal government; Whites--Relations with Indians; Indian Reseravations Utah; Indians of North America--Government relations; Indian agents;
    • Agent Hall to Commissioner dated Sept. 6, 1907

    • Hall informs the commissioner that there is no need to worry about Indians leaving there reservations to join an 'absent' group of Utes. Apparently, they've received word that the living conditions at that point are highly unfavorable, and that...
    • Indians of North America; Ethnohistory; Land use; migration;

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