Document Type

Article

Journal/Book Title/Conference

Utah Historical Quarterly

Volume

71

Issue

4

Editor

R. Warren Metcalf

Publisher

University of Nebraska Press

Publication Date

Fall 2002

First Page

366

Last Page

368

Abstract

STARTING IN 1954 the Federal Government terminated onehundred plus Indian tribe across the Unit d States. All have subsequently been reinstated, that is, with one exception: the so called mixed-blood Utes in the Uintah Basin of Northeastern Utah. It is this still disenfranchised group of people that form the stimulus driving R. Warren Metcalf's book Termination's Legacy: The Discarded Indians of Utah. It is about these people that he writes; it is their cause he champion.

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Originally Published by the Utah State Historical Society in Utah Historical Quarterly.

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