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Strawberries, currants, chokecherries and plums were eaten fresh or dried for winter use. The autumn buffalo hunt was the major source of winter food. Ute women preserved the meat by cutting it into strips and drying it in the sun. The whole family joined in gathering small nuts of the pinon tree in the late fall.What language did the Ute Indians speak?
Language and culture. The primary language of the Ute people is English. However, some of the people still speak their ancestral Ute language. It is related to the Southern Paiute language and belongs to the Southern subdivision of the Numic branch of the Uto-Aztecan language family.What is the history of the Ute?
The history of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe is dominated by a long process of territory contraction and cession. Prior to contact with Europeans, the Ute people inhabited a vast expanse that included much of present-day Utah, Colorado, and northern New Mexico.