This group portrait depicting 22 men and 1 child posing outside a log building was photographed by E. A. Wilder, circa 1880-1881. The majority of the individuals in the photograph are probably Uncompahgre (Tabeguache) Ute American Indians. A caption on the back of the photograph indicates that the image was shot on the Los Pinos Agency in Colorado. In 1881, the Uncompahgre Utes were moved to a reservation near Green River in Utah and the agency was renamed the Ouray Agency. This agency and the Uintah Agency were combined in 1886. John Taylor is in back row (11th from left) and John McDonough is seated in the front row (3rd from left). John Taylor was an African American who served in the Civil War and was a Buffalo Soldier. He married Kitty Cloud of the Ute tribe. John McDonough owned a ranch next to the Los Pinos Agency and his son W. A. McDonough bought the former Agency land circa 1882 after the Ute tribe was relocated to Utah. Chief Severo may be in the front row on the far right. The caption also indicates that Chief Ouray is sitting to the left of John McDonough, however this appears to be inaccurate.