The Utes: A Forgotten People
When prospectors arrived in present-day Colorado in 1858, it was the Utes with whom they had to contend. They had inhabited this part of the Rocky Mountains for centuries. Wilson Rockwell's "The Utes: A Forgotten People" is the first overall history of the Ute tribe. It has been used as the primary source of research for every book on the Utes written since. It includes many photographs, and most of the major Ute treaties, as well as many useful footnotes.