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Colorado's Highest
Colorado's Highest
Jeri L. Norgren John Fielder RobertL.Wogrin


 
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The Ute natives of Colorado had a word, Uncompaghre that translates to "red water Spring." When the Hayden Survey arrived in the San Juan Mountains in 1873, the Utes were about to lose 3.7 million acres of their land to the government via the Brunot Agreement, Including 14,321-foot Uncompahgre Peak.
Since history is always written by the victorious in battles and land disputes, this story is rarely told.
More stories like this in this beautiful book.
The paintings and photographs are things of beauty and fine art.
If you were shopping to gift a friend, be prepared to buy two, one for yourself.
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The History of Naming the 14,000- Foot Peaks
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    • Photographs by John Fielder
    • 1870s Hayden Survey Sketches
    • Oil Paintings by Robert Wogrin

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