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Heart throbs of the West : a unique volume treating definite subjects of western history

compiled by Kate B. Carter
Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Daughters of Utah Pioneers : Genealogical Society of Utah, 1939-1951, 2001
12 v. : ill.

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Indexed in the Utah, FamilySearch, Early Church Information File, 1830-1900. To view the index online, click here.

Photocopy of original, 2007.

Photocopies of originals for vols. 2, 4-12, published: Salt Lake City : Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1939-1951. v.

Contents: v. 1. Utah state flag; Utah state song; The provisional government of the state of Deseret; Utah under territorial law; United order; hand-cart pioneers of Utah; Indian chiefs of pioneer days; Indian women of the west; Indian reservations of the west; Indian slavery of the west; Pioneer missionaries among the Indians; Communication of early Utah; Roads of early Utah; Entertainments; Cattle and sheep industry of Utah; Public works and social security; Landmarks and historic places; Pioneer books; Historical miracles of pioneer days; The other mother; Pioneer recipes; Early fairs and jubilees of the state of Utah; Hospitals of Utah; Pioneer memorial building; Value of writing and preserving history -- v. 2. Utah in pre-pioneer days; Friends of the pioneers; Mountains, lakes, and streams; Women of the Mormon Battalion and the Mississippi saints; Utah and her neighbor states receive statehood; Pioneer schools and school masters; Pioneer choirs; Graves along the trail; Mining in the West; Trees, flowers and birds of Utah; Four outstanding activities of the pioneers; Scandinavia's contribution to Utah; Pioneer celebrations; Development of transportation; Military life in the West; The Indian and the pioneer; Early arts and crafts of the West; Pioneer courtships -- v. 3. Pioneer mills and millers; Pioneer

homes and houses; British contributions to Utah; Women of Deseret; Military forts of the west; Shops and factories; Merchandising in Deseret; Mormon colonization of the west; Some may call it folklore -- v. 4. Living the united order in Orderville; Fire department of Utah; History of drama in west; Bands and orchestras of early days; Ships and boats; The pioneer Mormon missionary; The contribution of Eastern United States to Utah; Contribution of Germany, Holland, Italy, Austria, France and Switzerland to Utah; The division of land in pioneer days; The spirit of emigration; Harvest time in pioneer days; Religious sects and cults that sprang from Mormonism; Pioneer poets and poems -- v. 5. Origin of Mormon names of cities; Mountains, streams, counties, etc. in the United States; Quaint pioneer customs; Out-door playgrounds; Journalism in pioneer days; Heart interest stories of the pioneers; Journal of John T. Caine, 1854-54; Women suffrage in the West; First hotels, laundries and dairies in the West; Pioneer letters of historical value; Development of lighting systems in Utah; Songs composed and sung by western pioneers -- v. 6 Forsgren pioneer journal; Governors of Utah; Monuments erected by Daughters of Utah pioneers; Journal of William Clayton; Pioneer undertakers, sextons and cemeteries; Stories of the handcart

pioneers; Rugged men of the West; Indian wars in Deseret -- v. 7. Latter-day Saint conferences; Sayings, jingles, mottoes, and sermonettes of the pioneers; Celebrating the 24th of July; March of the Mormon Battalion; Pioneer medicine; Non-Mormon religious denominations in Utah; Advertising in pioneer days; The history of Utah and her founders as told by manuscripts; The Mormons in Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska; The Mormons in California; The Mormons in Nevada; The Mormons in Arizona and Colorado; The Mormons in Wyoming and Idaho -- v. 8. Pioneer fashion; Pioneer men's and children's clothing; Diary of Albert Carrington; Ghost towns of the West; Journal of Louisa Barnes Pratt; The came in '47 -- v. 9. Pioneer memoirs; Riders of the pony express; The story of an old album -- v. 10. Pioneer water supply; Among the firsts in Utah; Journal of George Cannon Lambert; I was a pioneer child; They came in '48; Political parties, Trails and pioneer freighters who followed them, including toll gates, bridges and ferries of the West; Western folklore --

v. 11. The Welsh in Utah; Silk industry in Utah; Latter-day Saint schools; Journal of Rachel Emma Wooley Simmons; Men's and women's societies, clubs and associations; Early historical events; Utah's first newspaper, the Deseret News; Pioneer recipes; They came in '50 -- v. 12. The University of Utah and other schools of early days; Pioneer mail routes, carriers and contractors; Stories to tell your children; Journal and diary of William Marsden; Exploration in the Rocky Mountain West; Ranching in the early days; The Western cowboy; Pioneer furniture; They came in 1851.

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