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References: 

Curtis Martin, Michael J. Brown, and John E. Lindstrom, “The Colorado Wickiup Project Volume VI: Test Excavation of the Black Canyon Ramada (5DT222) and the Documentation of Four Additional Premier Aboriginal Wooden Feature Sites in Colorado,” unpublished manuscript on file at the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Denver, and the Bureau of Land Management Colorado State Office, Lakewood, Colorado (Grand Junction, CO: Dominquez Archaeological Research Group, Inc., 2011).

Curtis Martin, John E. Lindstrom, and Holly “Sonny” Shelton, “The Colorado Wickiup Project Volume VII: Documentation of Selected Ephemeral Wooden Feature Sites in Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado,” unpublished manuscript on file at the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Denver, and Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, Colorado (Grand Junction, CO: Dominquez Archaeological Research Group, Inc., 2012).

Curtis Martin, Richard Ott, and Nicole Darnell, “The Colorado Wickiup Project Volume I: Context, Data Assessment and Strategic Planning,” unpublished manuscript on file at the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Denver, and the Bureau of Land Management Colorado State Office, Lakewood, Colorado (Grand Junction, CO: Dominquez Archaeological Research Group, Inc., 2005).

Curtis Martin, Richard Ott, and Nicole Darnell, “The Colorado Wickiup Project Volume III: Recordation and Re-evaluation of Twelve Aboriginal Wooden Structure Sites in Eagle, Garfield, Mesa, and Rio Blanco Counties, Colorado,” unpublished manuscript on file at the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, Denver, and the Bureau of Land Management Colorado State Office, Lakewood, Colorado (Grand Junction, CO: Dominquez Archaeological Research Group, Inc., 2006).

Joanne Sanfilippo, “Ute Wikiups or Navajo Forked-Stick Hogans: Determining Ethnicity Through Architecture in the Archaeological Record” (Unpublished Master’s thesis, Department of Anthropology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, 1998).

Additional Information: 

The Colorado Wickiup Project,” Dominquez Archaeological Research Group, Inc.

Publications,” Grand River Institute, 2014.

Peter R. Decker, “The Utes Must Go!”: American Expansion and the Removal of a People (Golden, Colorado: Fulcrum Publishing, 2004).

Curtis Martin, Ephemeral Bounty: Wickiups, Trade Goods, and the Final Years of the Autonomous Ute (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2016).

Robert Silbernagel, Troubled Trails: The Meeker Affair and the Expulsion of Utes From Colorado (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2011).

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

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