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Books:Non-Fiction:U. S. History:States:West

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THE Utah Magazine - May 1946
1 THE Utah Magazine - May 1946

Good+, The Utah Magazine, 1946, 


Magazine is in good condition, some wear and no noticed markings. First two pages missing. Interior clean and tight. ; Contents include a feature on Brigham Young University, highways in Utah that lead to tourist attractions, an article on Utah's industrial future, a feature on Utah celebrating its 100th birthday, post-war inventions, etc. ; 8.5" x 11"; 50 pages, 


Price: 24.00 USD 21.60 USD 
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So Rugged and Mountainous - Blazing the Trails to Oregon and California 1812-1848, Bagley, Will
2 So Rugged and Mountainous - Blazing the Trails to Oregon and California 1812-1848

Bagley, WillNew in New Dust Jacket, University of Oklahoma Press, 2010, 


Brand new hardcover book! ; The story of America's westward migration is a powerful blend of fact and fable. Over the course of three decades, almost a million eager fortune-hunters, pioneers, and visionaries transformed the face of a continent and displaced its previous inhabitants. The people who made the long and perilous journey over the Oregon and California trails drove this swift and astonishing change. In this magisterial volume, Will Bagley tells why and how this massive emigration began. ; Overland West Series; Vol. 1; 7.25" x 10.25"; 458 pages, 


Price: 45.00 USD 40.50 USD 
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Far West Record - Minutes of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1830-1844, Cannon, Donald Q. (editor) ; Cook, Lyndon W. (editor)
3 Far West Record - Minutes of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 1830-1844

Cannon, Donald Q. (editor) ; Cook, Lyndon W. (editor)Very Good, Deseret Book, 1983, Salt Lake City, UT


Cover has some light edge and corner wear. ; A complication of the minutes of various meetings of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from 1830 to 1844, The Far West Record is an historically important record of the early Church. The editors of this volume have taken great pains to retain the spelling, punctuation, and paragraphing of the original document. They have also included valuable footnote annotations, an extensive general index, a date index, and a biographical appendix. The Far West Record will make fascinating reading for everyone seriously interested in the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; 6" x 9"; 318 pages, 


Price: 18.90 USD 17.01 USD 
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Lone Cowboy - My Life Story, James, William
4 Lone Cowboy - My Life Story

James, WilliamGood, Charles Schribner's Sons, 1930, New York, New York U. S. A.


Green hard cover is rubbed, edge worn, and soiled. Interior has ink markings on ffes. ; This is the biography of Will James. ; 6" x 8.5"; 431 pages, First Edition, 


Price: 29.70 USD 26.73 USD 
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Kit Carson -  The Life of an American Border Man, Remley, David
5 Kit Carson - The Life of an American Border Man

Remley, DavidNew, University of Oklahoma Press, 2012, 


Brand new book!; History has portrayed Christopher "Kit" Carson in black and white. Best known as a nineteenth-century frontier hero, he has been represented more recently as an Indian killer responsible for the deaths of hundreds of Navajos. Biographer David Remley counters these polarized views, finding Carson to be less than a mythical hero, but more than a simpleminded rascal with a rifle.Kit Carson: The Life of an American Border Man strikes a balance between prevailing notions about this quintessential western figure. Whereas the dime novelists exploited Carson's popular reputation, Remley reveals that the real man was dependable, ethical, and—for his day—relatively open-minded. Sifting through the extensive scholarship about Kit, the author illuminates the key dimensions of Carson's life, including his often neglected Scots-Irish heritage. His people's dire poverty and restlessness, their clannish rural life and sternly Protestant character, committed Carson, like his Scots-Irish ancestors, to loyalty and duty and to following his leader into battle without question.Remley also places Carson in the context of his times by exploring his controversial relations with American Indians. Although despised for the merciless warfare he led on General James H. Carleton's behalf against the Navajos, Carson lived amicably among many Indian people, including the Utes, whom he served as U.S. government agent. Happily married to Waa-Nibe, an Arapaho woman, until her death, he formed a lasting friendship with their daughter, Adaline.Remley sees Carson as a complicated man struggling to master life on America's borders, those highly unstable areas where people of different races, cultures, and languages met, mixed, and fought, sometimes against each other, sometimes together, for the possession of home, hunting rights, and honor.; 5.5" x 8.5"; 289 pages, 


Price: 19.99 USD 17.99 USD 
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