Chief Tabiuna, or Tabby, as he was best known. A war chief of the Uintah and White River Utes, also along Green and Price Rivers. He opposed General Connor's command, in 1864, at Spanish Fork Canyon. He was a most remarkable looking Indian, physically perfect. In 1892 he then claimed to be 113 years old, and was blind. He died in the Uintah Basin Country about 1896. Courtesy Utah Historical Society
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Chief Little Raven, also known as Hosa (Young Crow), (born ca. 1810 — died 1889) was from about 1855 until his death in 1889 a principal chief of the Southern Arapaho Indians. He negotiated peace between the Southern Arapaho and Cheyenne and the Comanche, Kiowa, and Plains Apache. He also secured rights to the Cheyenne-Arapaho Reservation in Indian Territory.
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)