(“Douglass, Head Chief of the White River Utes” by Barber, E. A. & Lt C. A. H. McCauley, November 1879. Courtesy of Special Collections, Image Number: 257-6314.

One of eight images of people and items of the Ute tribe, appearing on page 189 of Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, November 15, 1879 Supplement. Page is titled “Colorado. – The Late Ute Outbreak and Massacre at the White River Agency. – From Photographs furnished by E.A. Barber and Lieutenant C.A.H. McCauley. See Page 179.” Image shows standing man with short hair holding pistol. “Douglass, Head Chief of the White River Utes.” is printed below image.

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