Antonga Black Hawk was a Ute Indian born in Spring Lake, Utah around 1830. He died in 1869- 70 from a gunshot wound he received during a battle three or four years before at Gravelly Fort, Utah. By his own preference, Blackhawk made peace with the "pale-faces" before he died. Before he died he visited every village from Cedar City to Payson tp plead with the whites to forgive him for the sufferings that he and his people had caused them. His ambition was that they could coexist in peace. ...more on Wikipedia about "Antonga Black Hawk"
Chief Ouray (circa 1833 - August 24, 1880) was a Native American leader of the Uncompahgre band of the Ute tribe of modern-day Utah and Colorado. ...more on Wikipedia about "Chief Ouray"
R. Carlos Nakai is a Native American flutist of Navajo/ Ute heritage. He released his first album, "Changes", in 1983 and since then his work has been universally appreciated. He has been nominated for four Grammy Awards, and two of his records have been RIAA certified Gold, "Canyon Trilogy", and "Earth Spirit". In 2005 he was inducted into the Arizona Music & Entertainment Hall of Fame. ...more on Wikipedia about "R. Carlos Nakai"
The Ute are a tribe of Native Americans from the western United States. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ute mythology"
The Utes are an ethnically related group of American Indians now living primarily in Utah and Colorado. There are three Ute tribal reservations: (1) Uintah-Ouray in northeastern Utah (3,500 members), (2) Southern Ute (1,300 members) and (3) Ute Mountain (2,000 members) — both in southwestern Colorado. The name of the state of Utah was derived from the word Ute. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ute Tribe"
Chief Wakara (also Walkara or Walker) (ca. 1808 - 1855) was a leader of a Ute Timpanogo band, with a reputation as a diplomat, horseman and warrior, and a military leader in the Walker War. ...more on Wikipedia about "Wakara"
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