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Pioneer pathways

compiled by Lesson Committee [International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers]
Books/Monographs
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : International Society Daughters of Utah Pioneers, c1998-2008
11 v. : ill. (some col.), maps, ports.

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Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

Contents: v. 1. History of Box Elder County, pioneers of Box Elder County, history of Rich County, Jedediah M. Grant's westward trek, pioneers of Rich County, history of Cache County, pioneers of Cache County, history of Morgan County, pioneers of Morgan County -- v. 2. History of Sevier County, pioneers of Sevier County, history of Sanpete County, the return of the white Indian boy, pioneers of Sanpete County, history of Piute County, pioneers of Piute County, history of Wayne County, pioneers of Wayne County -- v. 3. History of Duchesne County, pioneers of Duchesne County, history of Summit County, pioneer women musicians, pioneers of Summit County, history of Wasatch County, pioneers of Wasatch County, history of Uintah and Daggett Counties, pioneers of Uintah and Daggett Counties -- v. 4. History of Carbon County, pioneers of Carbon County, history of Emery County, one hundred years of DUP, pioneers of Emery County, history of Grand County, pioneers of Grand County, history of San Juan County, pioneers of San Juan County -- v. 5. History of Iron County, pioneers of Iron County, history of Kane County, two men of faith: John Menzies Macfarlane; Jacob Hamblin, pioneers of Kane County, history of Garfield County, pioneers of Garfield County, history of Washington County, pioneers of Washington County -- v. 6. History of Beaver County, pioneers of Beaver County, history of Millard County, The Women's Exponent and pioneer Christmas stories, pioneers of Millard County, history of Juab County, pioneers of Juab County, history of Tooele County, pioneers of Tooele County -- v. 7. History of Davis County, pioneers of Davis County, history of Weber County, pioneer era buildings in Salt Lake County, pioneers of Weber County, history of Utah County, Pioneers of Utah County, history of Salt Lake County --

Contents: v. 8. Franklin County and southeastern Bear Lake County, Bear Lake and Caribou Counties, Oneida, Bannock and Power Counties, the Oregon Trail, Cassia, Minnidoka, Twin Falls and Jerome Counties, Bingham and Jefferson Counties, Bonneville County, Lemhi, Butte, Custer and Madison Counties, Clark, Fremont and Teton Counties -- v. 9. Beaverhead County, Montana, Alberta Province, Canada, Handcart pioneers of 1856, Oregon and Western Idaho, Southwestern Wyoming - Uinta and Lincoln Counties, Southwestern Wyoming - Sweetwater and Sublette Counties, Wyoming - Big Horn, Park, Hot Springs and Washakie Counties, Wyoming - Teton and Fremont Counties -- v. 10. Settlement of southern Nevada, Settlement of Lincoln County and White Pine County, Nevada, settlement of Northern and central Nevada, Mormon Battalion accomplishmnets and the histories of the men in command, settlement of southern California, settlement of San Bernardino, settlement of northen California -- v. 11. Colorado, Northern Arizona, Northern Arizona - the little Colorado River communities, pioneer holiday celebrations and excerpts from the autobiography of James A. Little, Southern Arizona, Southern Arizona - Gila River Valley and San Pedro River Valley, New Mexico and Texas, Northern Mexico, the Mexican LDS colonies.

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