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Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr.  He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr. He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

UTE , 1902

UTE , 1902

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr.  He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr. He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr.  He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr. He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

An exterior portrait of an unidentified Lakota Chief in full Native dress. - See more at: http://nebraskahistory.pastperfectonline.com/search?page=55&search_criteria=Lakota+tribe&utf8=%E2%9C%93#sthash.IgsjXqHM.dpuf

An exterior portrait of an unidentified Lakota Chief in full Native dress. - See more at: http://nebraskahistory.pastperfectonline.com/search?page=55&search_criteria=Lakota+tribe&utf8=%E2%9C%93#sthash.IgsjXqHM.dpuf

Ouray (aka The Arrow), in Washington D.C. - Jicarilla Apache/Southern Ute - 1868

Ouray (aka The Arrow), in Washington D.C. - Jicarilla Apache/Southern Ute - 1868

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr.  He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

Members of the Ute tribe are seen on the Ute reservation in this collection of photos by Robert L. Marimon, Sr. He homesteaded in the Whiterocks Canyon area in the early 1900s. Marimon's granddaughter, Nancy Martin, lived there from 1934-1955 and donated these photos to The Tribune. (Courtesy of Nancy Martin)

1895 Enno Meyer photograph Portrait of a Cree man at the Cincinnati Zoo, during the Cree encampment of 1895, Cincinnati, OH. The zoo invited a group of Cree Indian performers who had been abandoned by their organizer in Bellevue, Kentucky, to stay at the zoo until they raised enough money to return home to Havre, Montana. (Photo by Enno Meyer/Cincinnati Museum)

1895 Enno Meyer photograph Portrait of a Cree man at the Cincinnati Zoo, during the Cree encampment of 1895, Cincinnati, OH. The zoo invited a group of Cree Indian performers who had been abandoned by their organizer in Bellevue, Kentucky, to stay at the zoo until they raised enough money to return home to Havre, Montana. (Photo by Enno Meyer/Cincinnati Museum)