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|All Authors / Contributors:||
William Wroth; Taylor Museum.; Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center.; Anasazi Heritage Center (U.S.); Autry Museum of Western Heritage.; Buffalo Bill Historical Center.
|ISBN:||0916537110 9780916537111 0916537129 9780916537128|
|Notes:||Catalog of an exhibition held at the Taylor Museum, Colorado Springs Fine Art Center, July 21-Dec. 31, 2001; the Anasazi Heritage Center, Apr. 1-Sep. 30, 2001; the Autry Museum of Western Heritage, Oct. 30, 2001-Jan. 27, 2002 and the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Spring-Summer 2002.|
|Description:||viii, 248 pages : illustrations (some color), map ; 27 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction and Acknowledgments / William Wroth --
Ute Creation Story / Alden B. Naranjo and Monica Lujan --
Traditions and History of the Caputa and Muache Bands and the Southern Ute People Today / Alden B. Naranjo --
Ute Leaders of the Past / Terry G. Knight, Sr --
Traditional Cosmology, Ecology and Language of the Ute Indians / James A. Goss --
Ute Civilization in Prehistory and the Spanish Colonial Period / William Wroth --
The Ute Indians in Southern Colorado since 1850 / Richard N. Ellis --
Great Basin Affiliations of the Ute Peoples of Colorado / Catherine S. Fowler --
Catalog Section 1: Historic --
An Artistic Style Uniquely Their Own: Basketry, Parfleches and Beaded Clothing of the Ute People / Craig D. Bates --
Catalog Section 2: Historic --
Contemporary Ute Crafts: Revival and Innovation / Cathy L. Wright --
Catalog Section 3: Contemporary.
|Other Titles:||Ute Indian arts and culture|
|Responsibility:||edited by William Wroth.|
"The book fills a gap in history of the Old Spanish Trail for it tells of the Ute tribes, their cultures, and their land -- significant elements often overlooked by researchers of history,