I found out more in an hour from the interactive exhibits and presentations than I had discovered in weeks of searching for and reading books about the Southern Ute nation. Although now a fragment of what they earlier had, the Utes have managed to hold onto some of their historical territory and to keep their way of life alive as well. An interesting aspect of the exhibits is listening to Utes talking about themselves and their world in their own language.
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