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  • New Mexico Ouray

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    Born 1833 in Taos, New Mexico Ouray would grow up to become the leader of the Uncompahgre band of the Ute tribe and known as a man of peace; According to oral history passed down by Ute elders, he was born on a gloriously clear night when a display of meteor showers came across the sky. The elders believed it was a sign; a message from above of good things to happen. Ouray’s mother was apart of the Uncompahgre Ute and his father Guera Murah was half Jicarilla Apache. Ouray grew up in Taos areal; spanish

  • Descriptive Essay On The San Juan Mountains

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    even in the second it took to drive past. Eventually, the quaint Main Street ended, and the highway led the car through several switchbacks that twisted up the side of the valley. At the top, a weather worn sign named the town “Ouray”, and the sight below was one to behold. Ouray spread through the bowl formed when rivers and mountains collide, spreading to the edges until not a shed more could’ve been built. But the highway kept leading, and the car kept

  • Essay on Tax Memo

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    October 2, 2014 Tax File Memorandum To: Brett Ouray Facts Kathy and Brett Ouray were married in 1996. In 2014, they consider themselves completely estranged. Due to financial reasons they have decided to not get a divorce or live separately. They also do not have any legal documentation of separation and neither of them has lived outside the home for a significant amount of time. They currently reside together with their three children. They have decided that Brett has contributed more to

  • Ouray's Red Light District

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    Migration into regions can create a struggle for finding new or even familiar foods making the creation of palatable foods difficult. Therefore, many Americans brought bulk foods with them in their quest for Western expansion. Some of the staple items during this period could have consisted of salted meats, beans, flour, and any other items that would have the ability to keep without spoiling. We can only imagine how such meals would have tasted, especially after eating the same meal for days

  • Frederick Agnich Research Paper

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    Frederick Joseph Agnich was born on July 19, 1913 in Eveleth, St. Louis County, Minnesota and died at the age of 91 on October 28, 2004 in Dallas, Texas. He is currently resting in the Calvary Hill Cemetery in Dallas. Agnich had a full life ahead of him when he left Minnesota after attending University of Minnesota at Saint Paul, where he earned his Bachelors of Arts in Geology in 1937. Agnich came to Texas after he graduated and worked for a company called Geophysical Services, Inc. He worked as

  • Indian Water Rights Summary

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    government have given the power to control their water rights for future economical uses makes me realize the reason why they have so many underground wells to either produce oil and gas. Since I work for the EPA, I am currently working with the Uintah-Ouray Reservation in Utah to give them Class II well permits for salt water disposal. They depend a lot in these companies to support their

  • Summary: The Impact Of Fracking

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    Environmental Protection Agency Region 8 in Denver, Colorado. My current position is Physical Scientist (Environmental) for the Underground Injection Control (UIC) unit. My areas of focus in the UIC team are Class V Wells and Class II Permitting on Uintah and Ouray Indian Reservation in Utah. I write and review Class II underground injection permits. I help facilities in authorizing Class V wells that are not

  • The Birds Nest

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    This research paper considered the Birds Nest aquifer’s potential capacity to receive injected produced water from oil and gas production and the possibility of fluid migration. The migration of fluids refers to the produced water from oil and gas that can pose a threat for contamination in the area studied. This aquifer is located in the Uintah Basin of the Colorado Plateau. The Birds Nest is also located in the Green River formation. “The Green River Formation of Wyoming, Colorado and Utah contains

  • Summary of Bury My Heart and Wounded Knee

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    Project In English Submitted by: Tham Allen A. Cartagenas III – St. James Submitted to: Sir Jerico Irinco Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee By Dee Brown Table of Contents 1. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: Introduction 2. Dee Brown Biography 3. One−Page Summary 4. Summary and Analysis 5. Quizzes 6. Characters Introduction Dee Brown's Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee was first published in the United States in 1970. This landmark book—which incorporated a number of eyewitness accounts

  • Summary of Bury My Heart and Wounded Knee

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    Project In English Submitted by: Tham Allen A. Cartagenas III – St. James Submitted to: Sir Jerico Irinco Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee By Dee Brown Table of Contents 1. Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee: Introduction 2. Dee Brown Biography 3. One−Page Summary 4. Summary and Analysis 5. Quizzes 6. Characters Introduction Dee Brown's Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee was first published in the United States in 1970. This landmark book—which incorporated a number of eyewitness

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