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Los Piños Indian Agency

  • Archaeological plan map of 2nd Los Pinos Agency

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    Post-excavation plan of the agent’s house and partial original map of the 2nd Los Piños Ute Indian Agency on the Uncompahgre River near Colona, Colorado, as excavated by the Uncompahgre Valley Ute Project in 2003. Courtesy of Centuries Research, Inc., Montrose, Colorado.bak
    Archaeological plan map of 2nd Los Pinos Agency
  • The 2nd Los Piños Ute Indian Agency in the 1870s
  • Post office at the Los Piños Agency
  • Post-excavation photo of the agent’s house at the 2nd Los Piños Ute Indian Agency
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References: 

Steven G. Baker, “Final Project Report for the 2002–2003 Old Agency Initiative of the Uncompahgre Valley Ute Project. Volume I, Historical Archaeological Exploration and Assessment of the 2nd Los Pinos Indian Agency (5OR139),” Uncompahgre Valley Ute Project Report No. 5, unpublished report on file at History Colorado, Denver (Montrose, CO: Centuries Research, Inc., 2004).

Steven G. Baker, “Final Project Report for the 2002–2003 Old Agency Initiative of the Uncompahgre Valley Ute Project. Volume II, Late Contact ‘Chief Ouray’ Phase Ute Ethnohistory and Archaeology in Association with the 2nd Los Pinos Indian Agency on the Uncompahgre River (5OR139), Montrose and Ouray Counties, Colorado,” Uncompahgre Valley Ute Project Report No. 6, unpublished report on file at History Colorado, Denver (Montrose, CO: Centuries Research, Inc., 2005).

Additional Information: 

Steven G. Baker, “Historical Archaeological Assessment of the 1870s Reservation Period Ute/Mexican Component at the Chief Ouray Ranch (5MN847), Montrose County, Colorado,” Uncompahgre Valley Ute Project Report No. 11, unpublished report on file at History Colorado, Denver (Montrose, CO: Centuries Research, Inc., 2005).

Donald G. Callaway, Joel C. Janetski, and Omer C. Stewart, “Ute,” in Great Basin, ed. Warren L. D’Azevedo, Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 11 (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1986).

James Warren Covington, “Relations Between the Ute Indians and the United States Government, 1848–1900,” (PhD dissertation, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, 1949).

William T. Hagan, “United States Indian Policies, 1860–1900,” in History of Indian-White Relations, ed. Wilcomb E. Washburn, Handbook of North American Indians, Vol. 4 (Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution, 1988).

Sidney Jocknick, Early Days on the Western Slope of Colorado and Campfire Chats with Otto Mears, the Pathfinder, from 1870 to 1883, Inclusive, 2nd ed. (first published by The Carson-Harper Co., Denver, 1913; Lake City, CO: Western Reflections Publishing Co., 1998).

Los Piños Indian Agency (Colorado),” FamilySearch.org, updated March 30, 2015.

Wilson Rockwell, The Utes: A Forgotten People, 2nd ed. (first published by Sage Press, Denver, 1956; Lake City, CO: Western Reflections, 1998).

Virginia McConnell Simmons, The Ute Indians of Utah, Colorado and New Mexico (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2000).

US Office of Indian Affairs, Letters Received by the Office of Indian Affairs (LROIA) (microfilm), Colorado Superintendency (Washington, DC: National Archives, 1863–1880).

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