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Aboriginal and historic groups of the Ute Indians of Utah: an analysis.

Julian Haynes Steward

Aboriginal and historic groups of the Ute Indians of Utah: an analysis.

by Julian Haynes Steward

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Published by Garland Publishing, Inc. in New York, London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
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Paginationp. 25-103
Number of Pages103
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Open LibraryOL15134515M

The Foundation was established to protect and research intriguing artifacts recovered from several locations in the Southeastern region of North America, with the goals of more fully understanding the pre-Columbian history of North American indigenous cultures . Archaic culture, any of the ancient cultures of North or South America that developed from Paleo-Indian traditions and led to the adoption of agriculture. Archaic cultures are defined by a group of common characteristics rather than a particular time period or location; in Mesoamerica, Archaic cultures existed from approximately 8,–2, bc, while some Archaic cultures in the Great Basin.

Ute Indians, Colorado Springs Native American Beauty Native American Photos Native American History Native American Indians Cherokee Colorado Springs Vail Colorado Indian Heritage History . In the United States, the Indian tribe is a fundamental unit, and the constitution grants Congress the right to interact with tribes. More specifically, the Supreme Court of the United States in United States v. Sandoval, U.S. 28 (), warned, "it is not that Congress may bring a community or body of people within range of this power by arbitrarily calling them an Indian tribe, but.

Living in the west-central region were the Tabeguache or Uncompahgre. And three groups comprised the Northern Utes, namely the Grand River, the Yampa, and the Uinta bands. Estimates of their total population vary anywhere from 2, to 10, people. In the Commission of Indian Affairs listed 40 bands of Ute with a total of 9, persons. Western Historical Quarterly “A first-rate investigation into a little-know episode of the Indian Wars. Peterson’s book is accessible to—and high recommended for—all readers with an interest in western history.”—Kirkus Reviews “Every student of Utah and Mormon history must hereafter consider Peterson’s account.”—BYU Studies.


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Written by Julian H. Steward. This is a reprint produced by the University of Utah Press, Salt Lake City.The Tribe's complaint originally sought to quiet title on the Uintah Valley Reservation and obtain the following: a declaration that the Timpanogos Tribe, and not the Ute Tribe, are the "Indians of Utah" contemplated in the Executive Order, see Exec.

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