24 items
Nation to Nation
Treaties Between the United States & American Indian Nations
Book - 2014
In-library use only in some locations
Southern Ute Tribe website
Web Resource
The Southern Ute Reservation is located in Southwestern Colorado, near Durango. The Southern Ute Reservation is located in Southwestern Colorado, near Durango. Show less
Ute Mountain Ute Tribe website
Web Resource
The Ute Mountain Ute Reservation is located in Southwestern Colorado, near Mesa Verde National Park. The Ute Mountain Ute Reservation is located in Southwestern Colorado, near Mesa Verde National Park. Show less
Ute Indian Tribe website (Uintah and Ouray Reservation)
Web Resource
The Uintah and Ouray Reservation is located in northeastern Utah. The Uintah and Ouray Reservation is located in northeastern Utah. Show less
Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes website
Web Resource
The Cheyenne-Arapaho Oklahoma Tribal Statistical Area is located in western Oklahoma, east of the Panhandle. The Cheyenne-Arapaho Oklahoma Tribal Statistical Area is located in western Oklahoma, east of the Panhandle. Show less
Douglas County Clippings Notebook : Native Americans : Sand Creek Massacre
Book -
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2020.20, Denver's Native American Voices audio interviews
Web Resource
[Summarized from History Colorado] Tapes beginning with the Object ID "2020.20" include interviews, news, a pledge drive, readings, and storytel...Show more [Summarized from History Colorado] Tapes beginning with the Object ID "2020.20" include interviews, news, a pledge drive, readings, and storytelling for a public radio program on KUVO-FM produced by and featuring Native American voices in the Denver area. The donor, Susanne Aikman, was host and producer. alter.Native Voices first aired on January 2, 1992, and was a charter program on the first all-American Indian radio network, American Indian Radio on satellite. It was syndicated for 10 years on 54 stations. Show less
Colorado's Urban Indian Experience project
Web Resource
[Summarized from History Colorado] In an effort to document and preserve the histories around relocation and resilience, Colorado's Urban Indian Experienc...Show more [Summarized from History Colorado] In an effort to document and preserve the histories around relocation and resilience, Colorado's Urban Indian Experience project is a collaborative endeavor between History Colorado and Indigenous communities where the communities will guide what they share. The primary goals include meeting with Indigenous peoples throughout urban areas of Colorado. The archive—including oral histories, photographs, and other items—will be available to anyone interested in Colorado’s Urban Indian communities. Show less
Native American Manuscript Collections, University of Oklahoma
Web Resource
The Western History Collections has more than 200 manuscript collections about Native Americans. Most of these collections date from the 19th and 20th cen...Show more The Western History Collections has more than 200 manuscript collections about Native Americans. Most of these collections date from the 19th and 20th centuries, although some include earlier materials as well. The collections focus on Indian history in Oklahoma, Indian Territory, and the southwestern United States. Show less
Chipeta
Queen of the Utes, A Biography
Book - 2003
In-library use only in some locations
A Misplaced Massacre
Struggling Over the Memory of Sand Creek
Book - 2013
Violent Encounters
Interviews on Western Massacres
Book - 2011
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Indigenous Peoples and Archival Silence - Archives & Local History blog
Web Resource
Why are primary sources from Indigenous peoples few and far between in Douglas County Libraries' Archives & Local History collections? What can Archiv...Show more Why are primary sources from Indigenous peoples few and far between in Douglas County Libraries' Archives & Local History collections? What can Archives & Local History do to represent a broader sense of history? This blog by ALH staff examines the concept of "archival silence" and explains attempts to balance its collections to represent a broader group of voices. Show less
Ute Indian Arts & Culture
From Prehistory to the New Millennium
Book - 2000
In-library use only in some locations
Halfbreed
The Remarkable True Story of George Bent : Caught Between the Worlds of the Indian and the White Man
Book - 2004
In-library use only in some locations
Cheyenne War
Indian Raids on the Roads to Denver 1864-1869
Book - 2013
Tell Me, Grandmother
Traditions, Stories, and Cultures of Arapaho People
Book - 2004
In-library use only in some locations
Mochi's War
The Tragedy of Sand Creek
Unknown - 2015
Dog Soldiers
The Famous Warrior Society of the Cheyenne Indians
Book - 1961
In-library use only in some locations
Utes, the Mountain People
Unknown - 1990
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The Arapaho
Book - 1983
In-library use only in some locations
Ute Tales
Book - 1992
In-library use only in some locations
Witchcraft in the Southwest
Spanish and Indian Supernaturalism on the Rio Grande
Book - 1974
In-library use only in some locations
Brothers of the Buffalo
A Novel of the Red River War
Unknown - 2016
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