History of Utah's American Indian 8 - Conclusion- The Contemporary Status of Utah Indians

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Title History of Utah's American Indian 8 - Conclusion- The Contemporary Status of Utah Indians
Subject Navajo Indians; Ute Indians--History; Paiute Indians; Whites--Relations with Indians; Reservations; Land Rights; Agriculture; Gosiute Indians--History; Navajo Indians--History; Shoshoni Indians--History; Paiute Indians--History; Federal government; Identity (Philosophical concept); Land use; Tribal government; Water rights; Religion; Alcohol; Mormons; State governments; Education
Spatial Coverage Skull Valley (Utah); San Juan County (Utah); Salt Lake City (Utah)
Keywords White Mesa Utes--History; Land Rights; Traditions; Indian; White Relations; Bear River Massacre; Indian Agency; Reservations; Termination; Homesteading; Environment; Tribal Economy; Tribal Funds; Activism
Tribe Goshute; Paiute; Navajo; White Mesa; Ute; Shoshone
Creator Cuch, Forrest S.
Description This is the concluding chapter of Forrest S. Cuch's edited book. This chapter discusses the contemplorary "Status of Utah Indians."
Publisher Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Language eng
Rights Digital image copyright 2008, University of Utah. All rights reserved.
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Date Created 2008-11-03
Date Modified 2014-03-03
ID 358647
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s67t0j5t
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