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Battle of Milk Creek

Added by yongli on 01/15/2020 - 13:35, last changed on 11/16/2022 - 03:42

Milk Creek Battlefield

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The Battle of Milk Creek was the major military engagement during the Meeker Incident , a revolt by a Nuche ( Ute people) community in northwest Colorado in September 1879. The battle began on September 29, when Utes opened fire from the heights above Milk Creek on an advancing column of US cavalry...

Brunot Agreement

Added by yongli on 05/18/2016 - 14:41, last changed on 11/27/2022 - 09:14
The Brunot Agreement between the Nuche ( Ute ) and the US government in 1873 led to the development of mining in the San Juan Mountains by taking 3.7 million acres (about 5,780 square miles) from the Ute Reservation in western Colorado. As white encroachment continued over the next decade, tensions...

Conejos Indian Agency

Added by yongli on 12/05/2017 - 16:41, last changed on 11/02/2022 - 05:48
The Conejos Indian Agency was established in the San Luis Valley for the Ute Indians in 1860. It was an important place where annuity goods were distributed to the Utes and treaty negotiations took place. After the Treaty of 1868 established a reservation for the Utes west of the Rocky Mountains in...

Ute Treaty of 1868

Added by yongli on 01/15/2020 - 15:39, last changed on 11/26/2022 - 10:41
The Ute Treaty of 1868, also known as the “Kit Carson Treaty,” was negotiated between agents of the US government, including Kit Carson , and leaders of seven bands of Nuche ( Ute people) living in Colorado and Utah. The treaty created for the Utes a massive reservation on Colorado’s Western Slope...
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