Residence of Ouray, Chief of the Tabequache Utes, and Head-Man of the Ute Nation
Top of five images on page 244 of Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, December 6, 1879, titled "Colorado. - The Late Ute Outbreak and Massacre at the White River Agency. - From sketches by Lieutenant C.A.H. McCauley, Third U.S. Cavalry. - See Page 238." Image shows layout of buildings, identified as "Residence of Ouray, Chief of the Tabequache Utes, and Head-Man of the Ute Nation." Buildings and objects are marked by letters, and identified below the image: (A) Residence. (B) Store-houses. (C) Dwelling and Mess Houses of Mexican Employes. (D) Underground Store rooms for Vegetables. (E) Carriage presented by Governor McCook. (F) Farm and Freight Wagons."
Pikes Peak Library District
McCauley, Lt. C. A. H. Residence of Ouray, Chief of the Tabequache Utes, and Head-Man of the Ute Nation. December 1879. Retrieved from the Pikes Peak Library District, http://cdm15981.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15981coll28/id/480. (Accessed February 1, 2022.)
McCauley, Lt. C. A. H.
NO COPYRIGHT - UNITED STATES. http://rightsstatements.org/vocab/NoC-US/1.0/
Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper