- Sacred Objects and Sacred Places: Preserving Tribal Traditions
- The Last War Trail: The Utes and the Settlement of Colorado
- The Ute Indians of Utah, Colorado, and New Mexico
- Colorado Ute Legacy (video)
- Cheyenne Dog Soldiers: A Ledgerbook History of Coups and Combat
- The Anasazi of Mesa Verde and the Four Corners
- Excavation and Analysis of a Human Burial (5AM1733) Along the 120th Avenue Extension Near Northglenn
- Twenty-Five Year Report of the Colorado Commission of Indian Affairs
- Colorado Directory of American Indian Resources
- Report of Native American Sacred Lands Forum
- Archaeological Investigations and Wolf Spider Shelter
- In the Shadow of the Rocks: Archaeology of the Chimney Rock District in Southern Colorado
- The Battle of Beecher Island and the Indian War of 1867-1869
- Archaic Period Architectural Sites in Colorado
- Prehistoric Paleo-Indian Cultures of the Colorado Plains
- The Process of Decision-Making in Tribal Courts
- Indian Water Rights in the West: A Study
- Cheyenne Texts: An Introduction to Cheyenne Literature
- Southern Ute Lands, 1848-1899: The Creation of a Reservation
- The Indians of Colorado
Colorado's Native Americans
Colorado has a rich history of Native Americans, including plains tribes like the Arapaho and Cheyenne in eastern Colorado, the mountain Ute tribes in western Colorado, and the Ancestral Puebloan peoples (formerly called Anasazi) down in the four-corners region. Our library has many resources available to those researching the history and archaeology of Colorado's first residents. Some of the titles in our collection include:
By Amy Zimmer - September 11, 2008
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Today we often think of early settlers coming to Colorado seeking wealth, but in fact, just as many -- if not more -- were seeking health. ...
This is the time of year when many Coloradans are looking forward to getting back out on the hiking trails. It's also the time of yea...