6 edition of Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah"s Emigrant Trails, 1829-1869/West from Fort Bridger found in the catalog.
Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah"s Emigrant Trails, 1829-1869/West from Fort Bridger
Peter H. Delafosse
by Utah State Univ Pr
Written in English
|Contributions||Dale L. Morgan (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
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RODERIC KORNS and DALE MORGAN, eds. West from Fort Bridger: The Pioneering of Immigrant Trails across Utah, Utah State University Press, Revised and updated by Will Bagley and Harold Schindler. PETER H.
DELAFOSSE, ed. Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah's Emigrant Trails, Utah State University Press, West From Fort Bridger: The Pioneering of Immigrant Trails Across Utah, [Morgan, Bagley, Schindler (editors) Korns] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers/5(7).
Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah's Emigrant Trails, /West from Fort Bridger: The Pioneering of the Immigrant Trails Across Utah by Peter H. Delafosse, J. Roderic Korns ISBN (). the Mormons followed in The second book, Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah’s Emigrant Trails –, was edited by Peter DeLafosse.
Included in it are some of the other trails used or opened by the Mormons in Utah. Small maps are included to help the traveler locate the routes today. trailing the pioneers A guide to salt lake valley with development utahs emigrant trails wright contends that utahnsutahna con-serve only incidentally not as a edited by peter H delafosse utah state university press west from fort bridger first trailing the pioneers which at.
Children’s fiction; the "pioneer girl" is, predictably, Virginia Reed. Peter H. DeLafosse, ed. Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah’s Emigrant Trails,Utah State University Press, ISBN Guidebook to five major Utah trails; the Donner route is covered in the chapters on the Mormon Trail and Hastings Cutoff.
The book makes the story of the Oregon Trail live again. This famous old way to the West was traced in the beginning by wild animals—the bear, the elk, the buffalo, the soft-footed wolf, and the coyote.
Trailing after these animals in quest of food and skins, came the Indians. The Emigrant Trails West: A Guide to the California Trail. Reno, NV: Trails West, Hafen, LeRoy R., and Ann W. Hafen. The Far West and Rockies: General Analytical Index to the Fifteen Volume Series and Supplement to the Journals of the Forty-Niners, Salt Lake To Los Angeles.
The Far West and the Rockies Historical Series,vol. In the years to come, pioneers came to call the route the Oregon Trail. Ina slightly larger group of pioneers made the 2,mile journey to Oregon.
The next year, however, the number. Full text of "Emigrant trails of southern Idaho" See other formats. The cutoff left the Oregon Trail at Fort Bridger in Wyoming, passed through the Wasatch Range, across the Great Salt Lake Desert, an mile waterless drive, looped around the Ruby Mountains, and rejoined the California Trail about seven miles west of modern Elko (also Emigrant Pass).
The west end of the cutoff is marked as Nevada Historical Location: Humboldt River Basin, Elko County. Peter H. DeLafosse. Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah s Emigrant Trails, Logan: Utah State University Press, pp.
Maps, photo graphs, bibliography, index. $ ISBN THE MORMON TRAIL SESQUICENTENNIAL in generated tremen dous excitement and international media attention as Mormons remem.
Sons of the Utah Pioneers, DeLafosse, Peter H., ed. Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah's Emigrant Trails, Utah State University Press and Utah Crossroads Chapter of the Oregon-California Trails Association, Kimball, Stanley B.
Discovering Mormon Trails: New York to California, Deseret Book, This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Hastings Cutoff was an alternate route for emigrants to travel to California, as proposed by Lansford Hastings.
InHastings published a guide entitled The Emigrant's Guide to Oregon and California.A sentence in the book briefly describes the cutoff: The most direct route, for the California emigrants, would be to leave the Oregon route, at Fort Bridger; thence bearing West Southwest.
Forming a train of more than one hundred wagons, and trailing a herd of 5, cattle, the pioneers travel along the south bank of the Platte, then cross north to Fort Laramie in Wyoming.
Books reviewed H. DELAFOSSE, ed. Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah 5 Emigrant Trails, JENNIFER RIVERS and.
PETER. FRED R. GOWANS. Korns, J. Roderic, and Dale L. Morgan, eds. West from Fort Bridger: The Pioneering of Immigrant Trails Across Utah, Revised and updated by Will Bagley and Harold Schindler. Logan: Utah State University Press, Lewis, Donovan.
Another road, which takes its departure from Fort Smith and passes through the Cherokee country, is called the "Cherokee Trail." It crosses Grand River at Fort Gibson, and runs a little north of west to the Verdigris River, thence up the valley of this stream on the north side for 80 miles, when it crosses the river, and, taking a northwest.
The writer and historian has also worked to update Dale Morgan's West from Fort Bridger () and contributed to Peter DeLafosse's Trailing the Pioneers: A Guide to Utah's Emigrant Trails ().
He has written for the Western Historical Quarterly, Utah Historical Quarterly, Salt Lake Tribune, and Overland Journal. Wilbur Fisk Sanders, by Col. A. K. McClure Diary of Colonel Samuel Word Holding up a Territorial Legislature, by Martin Barrett Montana's Pioneer Courts, by W.
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