Ute Indians were amazing peoples that lived in Colorado from the late 1300s to 1881. Ute children gathered food like seeds, fruits, insects, corn, wild turnips roots. The men went hunting brought back buffalo, pemmican, deer, elk, bison, or small game. Women then cooked the meat over a fire made dinner out of the vegetables meat. For bread, the women gathered corn, then ground it into a fine powder. Woman would then pack it together and bake it.