arms, his face eaten more or less by wolves, body partially
the river. He was shot through the left ear and one shot below
the ear. He was also stripped naked.
in there after being wounded,
asking Thornburgh if he had had any trouble coming through the
canyon, and stating there was no sign of trouble at the Agency.
of the Utes making trouble at White River,
and have so informed General Pope in letters;
now, I think this aff air will bring an end,
at last, to depredations in this state.
It will be impossible for Indians
and whites to live in peace, after this outrage.
The whites now understand they can be attacked
in any part of the state where Indians