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Chronicles of courage

compiled by Lesson Committee
Books/Monographs
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1990-
v. : ill., ports.

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"The Publishing Committee . . . presents this volume and series for those who would learn more of the endurance, commitment, and . . . the courage of a dedicated people and of the role they played in the settling of the West" -- Introd.

Includes bibliographical references.

Includes index.

Contents: v. 1. A century ago 1889, native pioneer histories, the Richards family, social life and recreation of the Utah pioneers, pioneer journals, law and order in early Utah, foreign emigrant histories, landmarks and events along the historic Mormon Trail, pioneer uses of canyons -- v. 2. A century ago 1890, pioneer of faith courage and endurance, the Woodruff family, the participation of women in Utah's pioneer history, pioneer autobiographies, lakes of Utah in pioneer days, the Mormon corridor, early LDS church historians, contributions of non-Mormons to Utah -- v. 3. A century ago 1891, settlement builders, pioneer buidings of early Utah, women of note and Christmas stories, an early journal and diaries, locality histories, the scouts at Devil's Gate, pioneer letters, Canadian pioneers -- v. 4. A century ago 1892, ancestral histories from the British Isles, leading ladies of the dramatic arts, pioneer autograph albums and scrapbooks, extracts for the journal of Henry W. Bigler, journal of David L. Davis, pioneer music and musicians, pioneer health care, locality histories -- v. 5. A century ago 1893, Don Carlos Driggs - a native pioneer, pioneer poets and poetry, The Woman's Exponent, private journal of William Hyde, pioneer potpourri, Scandinavian immigrants, markers placed by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Indian tribes and the Utah pioneers -- v. 6. A century ago 1894, faith endurance and success of British eimigrants, Brigham Young's excursions to the colonies, reminiscences of pioneer childhood, locality histories, the Millennial Star, Welsh emigrants, rugged men of the West -- v. 7. A century ago 1895, the State of Deseret, governors of the Territory of Utah, the signers of the Utah Constitution, statehood celebrations, woman's place in the constitution, Utah's neighboring states receive statehood, the new state of Utah -- v. 8. A century ago 1896, selected histories of pioneers of Utah, early pioneer life in the Great Salt Lake Valley, (cont.)

Contents: v. 8. (cont.) the return of the Mormon Battalion, sesquicentennial year-Thomas L. Kane, non-Mormon immigrants to Utah, the story of transportation, the white Indian boy, pioneer education.

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