Progress: A Report by the Southern Ute Tribe to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs on Progress Made Under the Southern Ute Rehabilitation Program Between June 1, 1956 and Jan. 1, 1958

Ignacio, Colorado: Tri-State Printing Company, Jan 1, 1958. First edition. Paperback. 72pp. Octavo [23cm]; blue, photo illustrated, saddle stitched wraps. Some discoloration to spine and minor bumping to the top of spine. Previous owner's information stamped on title page. Previous owner's bookplate lightly attached to the blank verso of the front free endpaper. Very good. Item #55292

This booklet dictates progress made by the Southern Ute Tribe on their journey towards independence from government control. The plan being reported upon is the Southern Ute Rehabilitation Plan, which was a 110 page long plan approved by Congress on June 28, 1954 and funded by proceeds from the Ute Land Claims suit. The plan was to reach its end within 10 years of its inception. This report was delivered after one-third of that time had passed.

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