Photographs of Ute Indians
Catalog Number 4570: (1) Tribe: Ute Description: "Ute Winter house Navaho Springs, Colorado. Poley #51. Photographer: H. S. Poley Colorado Springs, Colorado Date: Transmitted ? 12-31-13 S. I. Negative Number 45,925-D. (2) Ute "Ute Indians in camp. From the agency near Ignacio, Colo." or "Southern Ute" (2 copies). H. S. Poley Colorado Springs, Colorado Transmitted ? 12-31-13 S. I …
MS 830 The Life and Culture of the Ute
Title supplied by J. N. B. Hewitt, and sections numbered and arranged by him. Unnumbered sections added later.
Photographs in collections of Elvin Cobb, Durango, Colorado, and Four Corners Museum Association, Durango, Colorado
Four Corners Museum
Boston, J. A.
Photographers unknown, except for one photograph by J. A. Boston, Durango, Colorado. 10 copy prints by Dr Omer C. Stewart, unmounted, various sizes.
Samuels & Mays photographs of Ute people in Colorado
Studio portraits and other photographs made by Samuels & Mays of Ute people. There are three portraits of Ute individuals, including White Crow and Chief Antelope, identified as the man who killed Nathan Meeker, and a photograph of an Native American man, probably Ute, identified as having been captured by state …
MS 1446 Ute vocabulary
This bound volume is stamped "Ute Vocabulary" on the spine, and also recorded as Ute in the original catalog. See card pasted on back cover. The inscription on the flyleaf, "Paviotso tribe," (i. e., Paiute) is in Hewitt's hand--a later addition (1926 ?), and apparently an error. Comparison with Manuscript 822, a …
MS 835-b Conjugation of Ute verbs
Formerly described as above ("Conjugation of 213 verbs in at least three tenses") but catalogued with northwestern Shoshoni vocabulary Number 835-a and assumed to be Shoshoni. Apparently Ute, however, by spot comparison with verbs in Ute vocabulary Number 828-b. Apparently this is the manuscript listed by Pilling (1st A. R., Bureau of …
James Jefferson photographs of Sleeping Ute Mountain Homemade Arts and Crafts shop
Photographs depicting artisans molding, firing, and painting pottery at the Sleeping Ute Mountain Homemade Arts and Crafts shop in Towoac, Colorado.
MS 3194 Report on a Uintah Ute Bear Dance
Smithsonian Institution. Bureau of American Ethnology Cooperative Ethnology Fund
With 6 illustrations and diagram of steps
Portraits of Ute Indians
Copies of cabinet cards (circa late 19th century) depicting portraits, one of M. Redea and one of Severo Arrow Bear with his son, Rob C. Richards.