Ouray Memorial Cemetery is the cemetery for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe at
Ignacio, CO, LaPlata county. It is located on the Southern Ute Indian
Reservation, Ignacio, CO. To get to the cemetery go east out of Ignacio on
Colorado Highway 151 for about a half mile then turn north on County Road 521
for about a mile or so and you will see the cemetery on the west side of the
road a short distance off of 521. There is a frontage to the cemetery.
Buckskin Charlie was a famous Ute Chief who played a part in the county history.
The photographs in this portion of the archives were contributed by:
Jim Davenport (jd)
Leroy Oldham (lo)
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