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Ute exhibit at Tread of Pioneers Museum

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The intricate beadwork on these gauntlets is thought to have been created by a Northern Ute tribe member on the Uintah Reservation, and was given to James H. Crawford and Margaret Crawford during a visit to Utah in the early 1900s. Photo by John F. Russell

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A beaded Ute Moccasin boot from the 1950s. Photo by John F. Russell

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The history, and the impact of the Ute people on the Yampa Valley are showcased in a new exhibit at the Treat of Pioneers Museum. Photo by John F. Russell

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The intricate beadwork on these gauntlets is thought to have been created by a Northern Ute tribe member on the Uintah Reservation, and was give to James H. Crawford, Margaret Crawford during a visit to Utah in the early 1900s. Photo by John F. Russell

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This basket is one of the many artifacts that can be seen at the new Ute tribe exhibit at the Treat of Pioneers Museum. Photo by John F. Russell

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The new Ute tribe display opened June 23 at the Tread of Pioneers Museum. Photo by John F. Russell

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