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    • Chief Ouray's house in Montrose

    • View of the stuccoed adobe brick house built by the United States government for North American Indian (Southern Ute Tribe) Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta (Uncompahgre Ute Tribe) in Montrose (Montrose County), Colorado. The house has a shingled...
    • McKee, Thomas M., 1854-1939.
    • [between 1886 and 1890?]
    • Chief Ouray's houses in Montrose

    • View of the original house owned by North American Indian (Southern Ute Tribe) Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta (Uncompahgre Ute Tribe) on their ranch near Montrose (Montrose County) Colorado. The abandoned building is constructed of adobe brick,...
    • McKee, Thomas M., 1854-1939.
    • [between 1895 and 1900?]
    • Chief Ouray's houses in Montrose

    • View of the original house owned by North American Indian (Southern Ute Tribe) Chief Ouray and his wife (Uncompahgre Ute Tribe) Chipeta on their ranch near Montrose (Montrose County) Colorado. The abandoned building is constructed of adobe brick,...
    • McKee, Thomas M., 1854-1939.
    • [between 1900 and 1910?]
    • Old home of Ouray and Chipeta near Montrose

    • A young man sits on a wooden crate behind an adobe building once owned by Chief Ouray near Montrose, Colorado. It is a single story adobe brick structure with projecting support timbers. Ouray and Chipeta's home is adjacent to the structure.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Chipeta and Ouray old home near Montrose

    • View of the former home of Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta near Montrose, Colorado. It is constructed of adobe brick covered with plaster, has a gable roof and gableboard, two door bays, and one window bay.
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    • [between 1860 and 1890?]
    • Ouray outhouse near Montrose, Colo., McKee standing

    • A man identified as McKee stands outside of an adobe building described as an outhouse on the property formerly owned by Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta. It is a single story structure with two single leaf and one double leaf doors, an overhanging...
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    • [between 1905 and 1925?]
    • Home of Chief Ouray

    • View of the home once owned by Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta near Montrose, Colorado. It is constructed of adobe brick covered with plaster, has two double hung windows, a single leaf door, a side gable roof, and gableboard.
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    • [between 1887 and 1895?]
    • Old home of Ouray and Chipeta near Montrose

    • View of an adobe building once owned by Chief Ouray and his wife, Chipeta, near Montrose, Colorado. It is a single story structure in a grassy field with window bays, door bays, and projecting support timbers.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Ouray's fireplace

    • Interior view of the cabin belonging to Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta, shows a small fireplace built by Ouray. It is surrounded by debris and is cracked in places.
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    • [1932?]
    • Ouray and Chipeta's home near Montrose

    • View of the former home and adjacent adobe building once owned by Chief Ouray near Montrose, Colorado. The home is constructed of adobe bricks covered with plaster and a gable roof. The out-building is a single story structure in a grassy field...
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Chief Ouray's old home near Montrose

    • View of the home of Chief Ouray near Montrose, Colorado. It is constructed with adobe brick covered by plaster, has a side gable, gableboard, and door and window bays. A washtub on a barrel and a broom are outside of the residence.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Ruins of Ouray's house

    • View of adobe ruins of the house of Native American Ute Chief Ouray, near Ouray (Ouray County), Colorado.
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1880 and 1900?]
    • Colorado, the late Ute outbreak and massacre at the White River Agency

    • View of log and frame buildings near Montrose (Montrose County), Colorado. Shows people and horses near the residence of Chief Ouray, North American Indian (Tabequache Ute) chief. Bust portraits show Ute "Joe"(probably scout Joseph Rankin), with a...
    • McCauley, C. A. H. (Charles Adam Hoke), b. 1847.
    • 1879 December 6
    • Ouray's old house at Los Pinos Agency as it appears to-day

    • View of a young white man standing in front of the former home of Chief Ouray at the Los Pinos Agency in Saguache County, Colorado. The dilapidated building is of board and batten construction with an empty door bay, a boarded window bay, a gable...
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    • [1939]

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