Books written by Katherine M. B. Osburn


Southern Ute Women

Univ of Nebraska Pr | January 1, 2009 | 165 pages
After the passage of the Dawes Severalty Act in 1887, the Southern Ute Agency was the scene of an intense federal effort to assimilate the Ute Indians. The Southern Utes were to break up their common land holdings and transform themselves into middle-class patriarchal farm and pastoral families. In... More Info