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    • McCook, McKevin, Pawnee, etc.

    • Studio portrait of Native American men (Ute) identified as (l to r) McQuin (McKewin), Jim McCook, Chief McCook, Francisco Cesspooch (Chapoose ?), and Pawinee (Pawnee). They wear felt hats, shirts, coats, pants, and shoes. One wears beaded gauntlets.
    • Sharpe.
    • between 1910 and 1920?]
    • McCook, McKevin, Pawnee, etc

    • Studio portrait of Native American men (Ute) identified as (l to r) McQuin (McKewin), Jim McCook, Chief McCook, Francisco Cesspooch (Chapoose ?), and Pawinee (Pawnee). Dress includes felt hats, shirts, coats, pants, bib overalls, earrings, and...
    • Sharpe.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • Chief Ouray's bones

    • Two Native American Utes and a white man are standing among rocks holding what are supposed to be the bones of Chief Ouray. They have been disinterred for reburial at a memorial near Montrose, Colorado. The Native Americans are identified as...
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    • [1925]
    • Cheta Chief McCook's sister

    • Studio portrait of Cheta, a Native American woman (Ute), wearing a blanket and pearls.
    • Walker Art Studio.
    • [between 1920 and 1930?]
    • Indians, Ute - Ouray reburial

    • John McCook, brother in law to Ouray, stands pointing skyward as another Native American Ute man stands solemnly nearby at the reburial ceremony of Chief Ouray near Montrose, Colorado. The casket is behind the men under a canvas cover decorated...
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    • [1925]
    • Ute Indians - Ouray reburial

    • John McCook stands pointing skyward near another Native American Ute man at the reburial ceremony of his brother in law, Chief Ouray near Montrose, Colorado.
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    • [1925]
    • Ute Indians, Chief McCook

    • Head and shoulders profile portrait of Chief John McCook, a Native American Ute and brother of Chipeta, wife of Ouray. The elderly man has grey hair and a large kerchief wrapped around his neck.
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    • [between 1920 and 1937]
    • Ute Indians, Chief John McCook and interpreter (Lester Chapoose)

    • Studio portrait of two Native American Ute men. The man sitting is Chief John McCook, brother of Chipeta. The man standing is an interpreter, identified as Lester Chapoose. Both men wear western style suits and hats.
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    • [between 1925 and 1937]
    • Chief McCook

    • Head and shoulders portrait of Chief John McCook, Native American Ute leader and brother of Chipeta. The elderly man has light colored hair and is wearing a suit coat and a large kerchief around his neck.
    • Walker Art Studio.
    • [between 1920 and 1937]
    • Chief McCook next to concrete tepee

    • A Native American (Ute) Chief John McCook, stands next to a concrete tepee in Ouray Memorial Park near Montrose (Montrose County), Colorado. The tepee covers a spring and was erected in honor of Chipeta and Chief Ouray. Portions of the painted...
    • McKee, Thomas Michael, 1854-1939.
    • [between 1926 and 1935?]
    • Ute Indians - Ouray reburial

    • John McCook and another Native American Ute man stand near the flag draped shell that covers the coffin of Chief Ouray, McCook's brother in law, at the chief's reburial ceremony near Montrose, Colorado.
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    • [1925]
    • Ute Indians - Ouray reburial

    • John McCook and another Native American Ute man stand near the flag draped shell that covers the coffin of Chief Ouray, McCook's brother in law, at the chief's reburial ceremony near Montrose, Colorado.
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    • [1925]
    • Ouray's reburial, Chief McCook and Yagha(?)

    • Chief John McCook and a Native American Ute man identified as Yagha(?) stand in front of the coffin containing the remains of Chief Ouray, McCook's brother in law, near Montrose, Colorado. The coffin is under a cover which is draped by American...
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    • [1925]
    • Chipeta Monument

    • behind him.; John McCook, Chipeta's brother, stands next to the mausoleum dedicated to her in March of 1925. Chipeta was the wife of Ouray, chief of the Utes from 1820 until 1880. The sarcophagus bearing Chipeta's name stands at the site south of...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [between 1925 and 1937?]
    • Chipeta Monument

    • covered in snow. A telephone pole stands in the distance near a railroad track. Horses or cattle stand near the pole. A group of poles, possibly forming a teepee, also stand in the distance. A sign stands in the left background.; The sarcophagus of...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [between 1925 and 1937?]
    • Chipeta, Dodge, and McCook

    • Standing portrait of Native Americans (Ute) Chipeta (left) and her brother, Chief McCook (right). General Grenville Mellon Dodge stands between them at the Hotel Colorado, Glenwood Springs, Colorado.
    • Kirivan.
    • [between 1900 and 1916?]
    • McCook, Little Jim, Pawnee, and others

    • Studio portrait of Native American men (Ute) identified as (top l to r): McKewin (McQuin), Lester Chapoose (interpreter), and Pawnee; (bottom l to r): Little Jim, and Chief McCook. The men wear suits, felt hats with feathers, some have braids.
    • Walker Art Studio.
    • [between 1910 and 1920?]
    • McCook, Little Jim, Pawnee and others

    • Studio portrait of Native American men (Ute) identified as (top l to r): McKewin (McQuin), Lester Chapoose (interpreter), and Pawnee; (bottom l to r): Little Jim, and Chief McCook. The men wear suits, they hold felt hats, some with feathers, some...
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    • [between 1910 and 1920?]

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