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Native Garden Tools and Information

This site was developed with the support of Teachers from the Southern Ute Education Department, Carrie Vogel, Elementary School Teacher; Dorian Romero, Intermediate School Teacher, Julie Stone, Middle School Teacher; Catherine Cullicott, High School Teacher; and Ellen Baker, Education Specialist/JOM Coordinator.

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Gardening Tools Reading

- Veggie Garden Guide by The Ontario Trillium Foundation
- Growing Season in Southwest Colorado by CSU Extension
- Vegetables Information in Southwest Colorado by CSU Extension
- Growing Season in Taos, NM
- Guide to Growing Your Favorite Vegetable by USA Gardening
- Vegetable Planting Guide by Wyatt-Quarles Seed Company
- How to Use "General" Soil Testing Technology
- How To Use The General Soil Testing Technology
 

American Indian Contributions Readings:
- Contributions of Native Americans by Keoke and Poterfield
- Native American Fictions and Facts by Kay Marie Poterfield
- American Indian Contribution to Medicine by Virgil Vogel
- American Indian Perspectives by The Smithsonian Institute
- American Indian Contributions to Civilization by Chamberlain, A.F. (1903)
- American Indian Contributions by Wikipedia (2016)
- American Indian Contributions
- American Indians in United States
- The Utes Common Culture
- The Taos Pueblo Over 1,000 Years of Tradition
- The Taos Pueblo
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The Spaniards and The Southwest Cultures
- The Mountain Man
- The Pioneers and The Southwest Cultures
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Congressional Record Resolution 76 and 168
- American Indian Contributions to
Science and Technology
- American Indian FAQ General Information

- The Columbian Exchange

- Congressional Record Resolution 76 and 168
-
American Indian Contributions to
Science and Technology
-
American Indian FAQ General Information
- The Columbian Exchange
 


GRAPHIC ORGANIZERS
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EARTH ALBUM
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SUNWATCHERS
OF THE
SOUTHWEST

SOUTHWEST
ANCIENT
CULTURES

3 SISTERS
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BASKETS

BASKET COOKING

FIRE COOKING
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DRESS

TOOLS

SHIRT
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POTTERY

INDIAN LEGENDS

U.S. AMERICAN INDIANS
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HUNTING

BISON EXTERMINATION
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ANCIENT
UNITED STATES

FEDERAL LANDS
and INDIAN RESERVATIONS

COLORADO
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INDIAN CULTURES

UTES IN 1846

THE UTES
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UTE DOCUMENTARY 1

LAW AND TREATIES

UTE DOCUMENTARY 2
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DOCUMENTARY

MEDIA TOOLS
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NMAI COLLECTION

SMITHSONIAN RESOURCES

NATIONAL ARCHIVES
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THE TAINOS
AND COLUMBUS

MESOAMERICA
NATIVES

SOUTH AMERICA
NATIVES
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SPANIARDS IN USA 1598

JAMESTOWN,1607

PLYMOUTH, 1621
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SPANISH "EXPLORERS"


MOUNTAIN MEN

PIONEERS
 
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