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United States. Office of Indian Affairs / Annual report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for the year 1879
([1879])

Agreement with the Capote, Muache, and Weeminuche Utes,   pp. 178-181 PDF (1.4 MB)


Page 180

AGREEMEET WITH UTES. 
Cheeno, his x mark. 
Cunapancho, his x mark. 
Quachits, his x mark. 
Mucheguoto, his x mark. 
Nativedava, his x mark. 
Muthea, his x mark. 
Yeneo, his x mark. 
Tepujueche, his x mark. 
Caravase, his x mark. 
Nucauch, his x mark. 
Pano, his x mark. 
Jose Antonia, his x mark. 
Beago Curva, his x mark. 
Aucategaube, his x mark. 
Naturach, his x mark. 
Sequine, his x mark. 
Jero, his x mark. 
Ignacia, his x mark. 
Ciego, his x mark. 
Tavanie, his x mark. 
Quajue, his x mark. 
Cavason, his x mark. 
Saparigo, his x mark. 
Juarra, his x mark. 
Tavanah, his x mark. 
Ecediao, his x mark. 
Marinna, his x mark. 
Mucheguote, his x mark. 
Pinneeh, his x mark. 
Jose, his x mark. 
Meahea, his x mark. 
Pinenehe, his x mark. 
Ancateguapa, his x mark. 
Cavason, his x mark. 
Charlie, his x mark. 
Jose, his x mark. 
Concupacha, his x mark. 
Sevato, his x mark. 
Jose, son of Gevato, his x mark. 
Charlie, son of Geveto, his x mark. 
Aparich, his x mark. 
Chapo, his x mark. 
We, the undersigned, certify that we were present and are witnesses to the
signa- 
tures by mark of the Muache, Capote, and Weeminuchee bands of Indians to
the fore- 
going agreements, and that they were twice read in their presence and understood
by 
them. 
(Signed) 
(Signed) 
THOMAS M. F'. WH11IEI 
Interpreter Southern Ute Agency. 
ALB. W. PFEIFFER, 
Interpreter, Commission. 
We, the undersigned, certify that we were present when this agreement was
read to 
the Muache, Capote, and Weeminuchee Indians and witnessed their assent to
the 
same,.................  T 
(Signed) 
(Signed) 
(Signed) 
(Signed) 
(Signed) 
(Signed) 
WILLIAM JACKSON. 
JOHN GEARY. 
A. R. PAXTON. 
W. S. PEABODY. 
JOHN PEABODY. 
WHITE RIVER AGENCY, COLORADO, 
September 18, 1878. 
We, the undersigned, chiefs and headmen of the Yampa and Grnd River Utes
of the 
Ute Indians, do hereby consent to whateve: disposition the Capotes, Muaches,
and 
Weeminuchees, and their representative bands, may make of that part of the
Ute Res- 
ervation immediately south and west of the San Juan mining district. 
1. Jack, his x mark.                   18. Tagowoch, his x mark. 
2. Douglas, his x mark.                19. Johnson, his x mark. 
3. Somerick, his x mark.               20. Unceepis, his x mark. 
4. Colorado, his x mark.               21. Dana, his x mark. 
5. Washington, his x mark.             22. Cotumip, his x mark. 
6. Ebenezer, his x mark.               23. Cariets, his x mark. 
7. Judge, his x mark.                  24. Guero, his x mark. 
8. Gramina, his x mark.               25. Rainbow, his x mark. 
9. Uncachief, his x mark.              26. Ike, his x mark. 
10. Jim, his x mark.                    27. Tomozo, his x mark. 
11. Tsaquioech, his x mark.             28. Patchoujacket, his x mark. 
12. Charvis, his x mark.                29. Qurgo, his x mark. 
13. Arapahoe Joe, his x mark.           30. Bill Hunt, his x mark. 
14. Tsausauricket, his x mark.          31. Apah, his x mark. 
15. Oornvich, his x mark.               32. Aheoitz, his x mark. 
16. Papita, his x mark.                 33. Uncapashet, his x mark. 
17. Sowpatch, his x mark.               34. Quinkent, his x mark. 
WHITE RIVER AGENCY, COLO., 
September 18, 1878. 
I hereby certify that I interpreted the above agreement to the Indians before
sign- 
ing, and that they understood it just as it is written. 
U. H. CURTIS, 
Interpreter for the Ute Special Commision. 
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