UNC prof leads project to discover how Ute survived


Under the Walden valley floor and upon ridges, they're finding tools, campsites and pottery with residue of rabbit and fish. They're connecting the dots, tracing the seasonal patterns by which the Ute Indians moved through the region and socialized with transient tribes. Leading the North Park Cultural Landscapes Project is Bob Brunswig, a University of Northern Colorado professor of anthropology and director of the School of Social Sciences.