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    • Cu-ra-can-to, Muache Ute war chief

    • Studio portrait of Cu-ra-can-to, a Native American war chief (Muache Ute), wearing a jacket with epaulets, a stovepipe hat with an ostrich feather, and a hand woven scarf around his neck.
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    • 1873 July 4th
    • Ouray, Otto Mears

    • Sitting studio portrait of Native American (Tabeguache band, Southern Ute) Chief Ouray, and Otto Mears, an interpreter and businessman. Ouray wears beaded moccasins, leggings, shirt, and fringed coat, Mears wears a three piece suit.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [1880?]
    • Ute

    • Studio portrait of Native American Ute Chiefs Ouray and Ignacio. Ouray stands and wears a beaded, fringed hide shirt, a blanket around his waist, leggings, and boots. Ignacio is sits and wears a suit, hoop earrings, and braid decorations.
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    • [1880]
    • Washington's daughter Ute

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Washington's daughter, a Native American (Ute) woman. She wears a dress and shell choker.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Ute Chief and medicine men

    • Reproduction of a book page shows a portrait of three Native American Ute men, including Canalla (Johnson), the medicine man, with props: scalp on a pole, guns, pipe, bow and arrows and a beaded bag.
    • A. Zeese & Co.
    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Johnson- Ute medicine man

    • Standing studio portrait of a Native American Ute medicine man, identified as Johnson (Canalla), holding a staff adorned with two human scalps and a pistol. He wears moccasins, fringed leggings, a loose plaid shirt, and animal hide decorations in...
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Indians, Ute - Ouray and Chipeta

    • Sitting studio portrait of Native American (Ute) Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta. Both wear fringed hide clothing, moccasins, and leggings. They are in Washington D. C. to negotiate a treaty following the Meeker incident. Ouray died soon after...
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    • [1880?]
    • Ute men

    • Studio portrait (sitting and standing) of Native American (Ute) men. They wear moccasins, beaded leggings, hair pipe necklaces, scarves over their braids, and concho medals.
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    • 1874
    • Chief Douglass

    • Reproduction of a engraving shows a head and shoulders portrait of Chief Douglass, Native American Ute (White River) leader, Colorado, wearing an earring, shirt and jacket with book tucked in the side.
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    • 1880?
    • Northern Utes, agents, and interpreter

    • Studio portrait of four Native American Ute men, two agents, and an interpreter. They are identified as:"Standing: J. S. Littlefield, agent, White River; Tab-u-cha-kat; Pak-ant; Catz; Uriah M. Curtis, interpreter. Sitting: Wanzitz (Antelope); Maj....
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    • [1872]
    • Ute Indians, group portrait

    • Group portrait of unidentified North American Indians (Ute) men and two white men. The white man with the dark beard is Otto Mears, the other white man has a mustache and wears a light colored suit.
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    • [1873 and 1880?]
    • Ute Indians of southern Colorado

    • Reproduction of a lithograph shows two Southern Utes, one sitting, one standing. The man sitting wears leggings, a coat, and a decorative necklace. The man standing wears a full length cape, leggings, and decorative emblems on his braid which is as...
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    • 1876
    • Matchie, Shavano, Utoka, & others

    • Studio portrait of four Native American (Ute) and two white men (one unidentified.) They are (l to r seated): Charlie Grote (died 1906 in Wyoming), Matchie, Shavano, and Utoka. Otto Mears (white with beard) stands. All the Utes wear EuroAmerican...
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    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Ute Indians - Powell survey

    • A Native American Ute man, wearing a breechcloth, stands next to a tree, on a branch of which stands a young eagle. The birds were nurtured as eaglets and upon maturation, their feathers harvested for adornment and ceremonial purposes. The man's...
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    • [between 1871 and 1875]
    • Colorow Ute Chief

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Colorow, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears a blanket, shirt with quill work, and a metal choker.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Ute Indians

    • Portrait of two Native American Utes shows a man, with wrapped braids, wearing leggings, and a blanket, (possibly Piah) sitting on a log and a woman, wearing a dress and woven shawl, standing next to him with her arm resting on his shoulder.
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    • [between 1871 and 1875]
    • Prospecting on the Ute Reservation, an ominous meeting

    • A North American Indian (Ute) man confronts a prospector on a mountain slope in Utah or Colorado. The Ute man wears a necklace with a star pendant and holds a rifle. Men with rifles stand behind him. The prospector holds a pick axe, and looks over...
    • Rogers, W. A. (William Allen), 1854-1931.
    • 1879 October 25
    • Ute Indians - at time of census taking

    • Group portrait of Native American Utes during the census year of 1880. Five Native Americans and one white man stand in a row in front of a second row of Utes on horseback.
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    • 1880
    • Utes, agents, and interpreter

    • Studio portrait of four Native American Ute men, two agents, and an interpreter. They are identified as: "Standing: J. S. Littlefield, agent, White River; Tab-u-cha-kat; Pah-ant; Catz; Uriah M. Curtis, interpreter. Sitting: Wanzitz (Antelope); Maj....
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • [1872]
    • The medicine man

    • Standing studio portrait of a Native American Ute medicine man, identified as Johnson (Canalla), holding a staff adorned with two human scalps and a pistol. He wears moccasins, fringed leggings, a loose plaid shirt, and animal hide decorations in...
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    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Ouray, Washington

    • Sitting portrait of Ouray, Native American Ute leader. He wears braids, a fringed buckskin shirt, leggings, and boots. The image was taken during the Utes' last treaty negotiations at Washington, D. C., only months before Ouray's death.
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    • 1880
    • John, Utah

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of a Native American (Yampa Ute) warrior. He wears a cylindrical seed bead choker necklace and a long sleeve hide tunic and fringed deerskin vest, densely sewn with row upon row of seed beads. His braids are wrapped in...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [1871]
    • Ouray, Chipeta

    • Ouray, chief of the Native American Utes, and his wife, Chipeta, pose for their last formal portrait together in Washington, D. C. Ouray wears braids, a choker, fringed buckskin shirt, a breech cloth, leggings, and boots. Chipeta wears a fringed...
    • Walker Art Studio.
    • January, 1880
    • Indian encampment on White River

    • Reproduction of a lithograph shows Native American Utes in a camp on the White River, Colorado, with tepees and canoes. One Ute man wears a feather headdress and is wrapped in a blanket.
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    • 1880?
    • Ouray, chief of the Colorado Utes, Otto Mears, interpreter

    • Sitting studio portrait of Native American (Ute) Chief Ouray, and Otto Mears, interpreter and road builder. The chief is outfitted in beaded moccasins, leggings, shirt, and fringed coat, Mears wears a three piece suit.
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    • 1880
    • Chief Ouray

    • Studio portrait of Chief Ouray, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears beaded moccasins, leggings, bandolier, hair-pipe necklace, and kerchiefs in his braids. He holds a cane.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Chief Ouray

    • Studio portrait of Chief Ouray, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears a blanket, vest, watch chain with fob, and a bead necklace.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Chipeta Ourays squaw

    • Studio portrait of Chipeta, a Native American (Ute) woman, Chief Ouray's wife. She wears a beaded dress, shawl, metal bracelets and belt, and beaded necklaces.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • 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.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Dushaquinot

    • Studio portrait of Dushaquinot, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears moccasins, beaded leggings, beaded bandolier, hair-pipe choker, and a war bonnet headdress. He holds a pistol.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Dushaquinot

    • Studio portrait of Dushaquinot, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears moccasins, beaded leggings, beaded bandolier, hair-pipe choker, and a war bonnet headdress. He holds a pistol.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Ouray + wife

    • Studio portrait of Native American (Ute) Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta. Chief Ouray wears braids, a choker necklace, a fringed buckskin shirt with probably beaded details, pants, leather boots, and a woven blanket attached at the waist. Chipeta...
    • Choate, J. N. (John N.), 1848-1902.
    • [between 1870 and 1880?]
    • Ouray head Chief of Southern Utes

    • Studio portrait (sitting) of Chief Ouray, a Native American (Ute) man. He wears a blanket, vest, watch chain, and bead choker.
    • Chamberlain, W. G. (William Gunnison), 1815-1910.
    • [between 1877 and 1880]
    • Ouray and others

    • Group portrait of Native American men (Ute) including Chief Ouray, posing in front of the B.H. Gurnsey studio in Colorado Springs (El Paso County), Colorado. Costume includes sashes, beaded bags, rifles, bows and arrows. Window lettering reads: "B....
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    • [ca 1875?]
    • Colorow, Ute chief

    • Portrait of Chief Colorow, called Colorado, Native American Ute Indian; he wears long hair with banks tied back in a fur tail and is wrapped in a woven patterned blanket.
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    • [between 1870 and 1880]
    • Ouray, head chief of the Utes

    • Portrait of Chief Ouray, Native American Indian, spokesman for the Utes, peacekeeper between his people and ever increasing number of white settlers. He wears long neat braids, thin facial hair, a tailored vest and shirt with a beaded choker around...
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    • [between 1877 and 1880]

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