Long before Spanish Conquistadors crossed the landscape...
Before trappers followed the rivers and streams...
Long before pioneering settlements dotted this region...
Before anyone else would try to write their history, five principle nations of indigenous people called the Great Basin Region we now know as Utah their homeland.
With their own languages and dress and views of the world. With their own customs and rituals and pathways to survival, they flourished for generations in an area that would one day be called "Utah." Theirs is the first story of people in this place.
For the last two hundred years their story has struggled for survival. Their language and histories in danger of being lost forever.
In the Spring of 2009 KUED teams with PBS to celebrate and preserve the words, the stories and the ways of the Ute, the Paiute, the Northwestern Shoshone, the Goshute and the Navajo people.
We Shall Remain...The Utah Voices.
Only on KUED.
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