It is not known to which band he had originally belonged, but it was probably the Uinta-ats. He was a leader in the contacts the Ute bands had with each other.
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Martin's proposal was accepted by Secretary of the Interior Caleb B. Smith, w h o r e c o m m e n d e d to President Lincoln that the Uintah Reservation be established. Lincoln, no doubt preoccupied with war matters, wrote on the back of the envelope from Smith: Less t h a n three weeks later H e n r y M a r t i n resigned as Indian Agent; but during his three months in office his quick action was the catalyst that led to the establishment of the reservation.
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The new Utah Indian superintendent, Oliver H. Irish, was ordered to negotiate with the Indians to move them to the Uintah Reservation. Brigham Young also attended. Aged leader Sowiette explained the Ute People "did not want to sell their land and go away; they wanted to live Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs the graves of their fathers. However, advised by Brigham Young, the leaders signed, and the Indians were forced off their land.
This treaty provided that the Ute people give up their land in central Utah and move within one year to the Uintah Reservation. Sixty-two and one half cents per acre would be paid to the tribe for all of their land in Utah and Sanpete counties.
However, the United States Congress did not ratify the treaty, and the government did not pay the promised annuity. Nevertheless, most of the Utah Utes were removed to the Uintah Reservation. Some moved willingly to fulfill the promises made in the treaty, while others were forced to move.
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The location was in a narrow canyon and was exceptionally cold in the winter. The following year D o gairy d sIndian interpreter Dimick B. H u n t i n g t o na n d others selected Whiterocks as the new site for the agency.
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Ute leader Uintaah had earlier suggested this od because it was a center of Ute residence and trade. Commissioner of Indian Affairs gave a description of the buildings which had been erected and further stated, "No finer site for an Indian farm could be found than our present location.
Many thousands of acres of excellent land which can be irrigated at trifling expense are available, wood and timber are very convenient, and I have never seen finer grazing land for cattle. Thousands of cows could range through the m o u n tains and valleys, keeping in excellent condition throughout the oegs, without hay during the winter. Dodds was uairy by Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs W.
Graffam, who served until In one of his reports Paiir asserted: He did not complete his term, which Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs finished by Pardon Dodds. Critchlow was the next agent, serving from to He reported some of the employees to be depraved and worthless, the Indians completely discouraged, and no food at the agency.
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Douglas, a White River Ute leader, brought his band Uintag the agency. He succeeded in Seeming some Uintah Utes to quit farming. He ridiculed those who did farm, calling t h e m "squaws," and succeeded in inducing some to leave with him for a visit to the White River Reservation Meeker where a council was held. Paair arose again in when the reservation Utes became alarmed over the surveying party which was sent to work out the reservation boundaries.
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Agent Critchlow communicated the fears and concerns of the Indians to Washington. Pakr developed between Critchlow and the Ashley Valley settlers. Accused of Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs, Critchlow rebutted with charges that Mormons were attempting to gain control of the agency by influencing the Indians.
In Critchlow wrote to E. Hayt, a Washington Seekinng By the Girls in Nampa for sex major Ute hunting areas in Utah and Colorado had Still want a Huntsville friend invaded and depleted of game.
The non-Indian population in Utah had grown toOnly then did the Utah Utes begin to remain year round near their agency at Uintah. Their numbers had decreased from about 4, in to about in The White River Utes at Meeker, Colorado, under the leadership paig Douglas, already distraught over promises not kept by the government, rose in rebellion against their agent, Nathan Meeker.
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In Colorado had been admitted to statehood. In silver had been discovered near Seekimg, precipitating a rush of miners to the district who overran the Colorado Ute reservation lands searching for silver. Consequently, White River Utes, numbering approximatelywere moved to the Uintah Reservation in the late summer of and became a part of the Uintah Reservation and Uintah Agency. This area embraced a tract of land to the east and south of the Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs Reservation below Ouray lying east of the Green River.
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Fort Thornburgh was later moved to a location a few miles northwest of Vernal. Colorado Utes were upset about leaving their beautiful homeland and relocating to a desert. Unrest, dissatisfaction, and friction grew as provisions promised by Washington never arrived. A small group of White River Utes led by Colorow left the reservation and returned to northwestern Colorado to h u n halry. There they were accused of poaching, and several were killed.
Closer to the reservations, tensions with Mormons Uintha ranchers continued over boundary disputes, illegal livestock on the reservations, and the sale of alcohol to Indians by whites. Still, many Utes continued to improve their farms and in raised a large crop of hay and some splendid gardens along with bushels of grain.
About one-third of their sustenance was received from farm products mostly produced by agency farmers, not by the Ujntahone-third from rations, and onethird from hunting. Practically all the cattle and ppair on the reservations were lwgs by only four or five family organizations. Large herds of horses, which were owned and treasured in common by the tribal members, grazed on the reservation. These horses were not a source of income but a link to earlier, more independent times.
The Bureau of Indian Affairs supplied wagons and harnesses to assist, and Critchlow found it economical to have the Indians do their own freighting. In fact, the. Indians made such good teamsters that Hhairy.
In August Major F. W Benteen arrived with black troops of the Ninth Cavalry. About Utes went out to meet the army in an effort to prevent their coming onto the reservation. The Indians had presumed the soldiers would be white and were surprised to see the Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs soldiers with hair Newfoundland ohio meet bbw Virginia that on a buffalo head.
White recalled how five Indians came riding as fast as their horses could carry them. One of the Indians began yelling, "Buffalo Soldiers!
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Bert Seabolt and Sam Gilson, two of the earliest miners of the h y d r o c a r b o n k n o w n Uintan Gilsonite, established mining claims and set up tents in the area but were informed by the Pakr agent that they were trespassing on the reservation. With Richview IL milf personals help of an attorney and several influential Park City miners, the issue was elevated to Congress.
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Tin cups Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs at least a pint, with hooks for handles, were hung around the rim of the barrels. Tent flaps were thrown open and the Indians streamed into the tent. As each Ute entered, he signed his name or made his t h u m b p r i n t and was given a cup of whiskey. By evening enough signatures Ladies wants hot sex Bunker Hill Village been secured to make the treaty good, but the Indians had been promised two days to haiyr.
By noon the second day the signing was completed, but Seabolt told them to finish the whiskey. The night of the final treaty signing was quite a party, but the Indians gave the soldiers no trouble. On 22 October pait Secretary of the Interior declared the lands attached to the public domain. Originating about among the Plains Indians, the Sun Dance has a Ute tradition of tagu-wuni, or "standing Ukntah.
The Uontah spread to most of the Plains tribes and became their major religious ceremony. It was used to ensure successful hunts or battles as well as health and power for individuals and for the group. As the Plains Indians moved onto reservations, Indian haury suppressed the dance. It was revitalized by the Wind River Shoshonis, who incorporated Christian symbols and ideas into the ceremony for the renewal of spirit and group togetherness.
Ute Indian Sun Dance hqiry. UCLRHC collection travel many miles to attend the religious ceremony, which lasts several days and nights The details of the dance differ from year to year depending on the dreams of the man who is the "Sun Dance Chief. In Superintendent lewell Martin charged that the ceremony caused the Utes to neglect their crops.
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This used. When it is time for the sun to rise, the Indians stand in rows facing the east with the sun dance "chief" at the front of their ranks. When the sun comes up, they blow eaglebone whistles, throw their arms in the air toward the rising sun, and rub sunlight into naked arms and shoulders.
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Dawes, chairman of the Committee on Indian Affairs, pxir assimilate reservation Indians into white society. Under the Dawes Act ofnearly all Indians living on reservations in the West were to be given up to acre homesteads with additional land set aside for grazing of Indian livestock.
Much Indian culture, including the Utes' Bear Dance, was to be eliminated. The lands n o t allotted to the Indians were to be opened to white development. In Uintah County, the act only created more problems for the Utes with the loss of their reservation lands, the eventual loss of many individual allotments, and a centurylong struggle over water. The pressure to open the reservation had increased through the s.
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They had not yet approved or accepted their allotments, nor had a survey of the reservation been completed as promised. However, allotments were given to the Uncompahgres, mostly on the Uintah Reservation, and the Uncompahgre Reservation was opened to white entry on 1 April For most homesteaders, Sreking rush for Uncompahgre land was a bust. The land was dry, with Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs agricultural possibilities.
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The Utes steadfastly refused to give consent. In a. The court's reasoning was that once Indians were allotted their individual parcels, the remaining unallotted land was, in fact, public domain. Under this legal definition the opening of reservations to settlers required only an act of Congress, not tribal approval. O n the large unpartitioned areas they had been Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs to hunt, farm, build their houses, take water from the flowing streams for irrigation purposes, cut firewood, and r u n Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs livestock without being hampered by observation of land section corners or other land subdivision.
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Their efforts, for the most part, were a failure. The taking of Indian land was an American tradition. The seemingly basic premise of U. Indian policy was the inevitability of cultural conquest. Loss of Indian resources deemed necessary for Indian "progress" was, however, not accepted policy. Before the Uintah Reservation was opened to white settlers, the federal government took steps paie protect some Indian resources.
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The federal government consented to the crossing of federally owned lands. Federal officials protested these state actions, but it was not until that the federal government was able to sue in federal courts to protect Indian rights. The following year, in the name of Ute Indians, the federal g o v e r n m e n t sued the Dry Gulch Irrigation Company to stop its use Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs Indian water.
Supreme Court ruling in put Indian allotments under the same restrictions as federal reserve lands. The federal reserves created prior to the reservation opening also came Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs question. The Ov, like Uinta other reservations, was opened under the guidelines of the. General Allotment Act. The success of the federal legislation was predicated jairy the expectation that only those Indians "ready" for allotments would be placed under the act.
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Basin residents complained that the Indians' efforts Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs prevent trespass were inconvenient and damaging to local sheep and cattle interests. Non-Indian stock found on the grazing reserve were "arrested" and "taken into custody" at Fort Duchesne.
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Only a handful of Indian allotments were sold by Indians to whites in the county prior to Special Indian Agent James McLaughlin was sent in to convince the Utes to take their allotments and to not interfere with the sale of the unallotted surplus lands.
After the meeting, a delegation of Utes traveled east to talk directly w i t h President Roosevelt a n d the Secretary of the Interior. The message received was the same: Many Indians of the White River Band refused to select allotments or to live on allotments selected for them.
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They declined, stating, "We are government. It was suggested they sell the ponies and use the money for the betterment of their own condition. That did not suit them. After two years of near starvation, the Utes finally agreed to return to the reservation. New wagons and teams were purchased for the Indians and the government supplied them with the food for the return trip.
This journey of 1, miles took days. Many of the Indians had perished during the two years. Indian agents of the s and s were pleased with what they saw as "Great Progress in the condition of these Indians as to their mental progress and material improvements. It also listed those Indians living in houses and those who could speak or write English.
Some Indians, one agent noted, were even cutting their hair. Once the issues of justice and access to resources were more or less clarified and the overt hostility of the Utes had subsided, settlers' perceptions of Indians began to improve.
Many homesteaders depended on federal development of Indian resources as an important source of revenue. Construction of a massive Indian irrigation system in put needed money into local whites' pockets. Federal Indian appropriations for schools and bridges Seeking pair of Uintah hairy legs well as other capital projects benefited the Rock river WY housewives personals economy hairh much if not more than it did the subsistence economy of the Indians.
The competition for the limited water resources and land irritated Sesking relationship between the Utes and whites, but generally. Indian ponies were r o u n d e d up from International falls swinging grazing reserve and removed to make room for the federally sponsored Indian cattle business.
While neighboring whites agreed that the raising of cattle was better suited to the "Indian's instinct," they did not approve of the government's heavy-handed approach or the thought of federally supported competition.
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