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ERIC Number: ED059004
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1964
Pages: 125
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The Ute People: A Bibliographical Checklist. Indian Affairs #3.
Tyler, S. Lyman
Materials pertinent to research on the history of the Ute Indians and their "linguistic relatives" are cited in this 1964 bibliographical checklist. As noted, geographical areas occupied or frequented by the Ute Peoples include areas which are now western Colorado, northern New Mexico, most of Utah, and northern Arizona. Documentation for the historian or ethno-historian begins in the records of the Spanish Province of New Mexico shortly after 1600--not with the coming of the Anglo Americans some 200 years later--and the bibliography tends to be more complete for the period prior to 1952. The citations are categorized by the following document types: bibliographies and guides, manuscript material from the Spanish and Mexican Periods, miscellaneous manuscripts, U.S. Government documents, Utah Territorial documents, some contemporary newspapers, some contemporary periodicals, and other published works. (PS)
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Authoring Institution: Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT. Inst. of American Indian Studies.