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“‘Colorow’: He makes a Desperate Fight to Capture a Rifle,” Denver Daily Times, October 18, 1876.

John Davidson, Katherine, Honda, and Beth Simmons, The Rooney Ranch (Morrison, CO: Friends of Dinosaur Ridge, 2010).

Denver Daily Times, June 1, 1877.

Kenny Frost, Southern Ute Tribal representative, communication with author, March 14, 2015.

Grand County History Stories, “Indians,” n.d.

A. B. Meachem, “Signing the Ute Treaty,” The Friend: A Religious and Literary Journal (1827–1906) 54, no. 6 (September 18, 1880).

Ken Reyher, Antoine Robidoux and Fort Uncompahgre (Lake City, CO: Western Reflections, 2007).

Joseph Emerson Smith, “Bailey’s Two Oldest Settlers Part after Thirty-eight years, Joseph Barnett 85 and wife leave Plate Canyon Village and bid goodbye to Mrs. Entriken, 91; Latter Tells of Old Times,” The Denver Post, October 12, 1919.

“The Ute Treaty,” Rocky Mountain News Weekly, September 5, 1866.

“Testimony of Colorado, Chief of the White River Utes,” Congressional Series Set, Secretary of the Interior, transmitting copy of evidence taken before White River Ute Commission, vol. 24, no. 83, Appendix D, December 1, 1879.

Walker D. Wyman, “A Preface to the Settlement of Grand Junction: The Uncompaghre [sic] Utes ‘Goes West,’” Colorado Magazine 10 (January 1933).

Additional Information: 

Beth Simmons, Colorow: A Colorado Photographic Chronicle (Morrison, CO: Friends of Dinosaur Ridge, 2015).