Chipeta: Queen of the Utes, a Biography
Western Reflections Publishing Company, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 270 pages
A well-documented account of Colorado's beloved Ute woman, who was the wife of famous Chief Ouray - from her early days, to her old age, to her legacy in Colorado.
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