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The History of Emigration Canyon  Gateway to Salt Lake Valley, Carlstrom, Jeffrey & Cynthia Furse
1 The History of Emigration Canyon Gateway to Salt Lake Valley

Carlstrom, Jeffrey & Cynthia FurseVery Good, Utah State University Press, 2003, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Cover has some light edge and corner wear.

; This comprehensive and well-illustrated history of one of the more significant historical areas in Utah offers a case study of the development of a scenic, rural area near a major western metropolis. Emigration Canyon was the original route, opened by the Donner party, through the Wasatch Mountains into Salt Lake Valley. It subsequently was the route for pioneer settlers, overland wagon trains, freight and mail lines, and the pony express, and it remained an important transportation corridor even after the development of alternative roads. Subsequently, the canyon provided stone, timber, and grazing resources for the developing city below it; began to be homesteaded; provided a route for one of the Wasatch Range’s more interesting narrow gauge railroads; and became a resort community. Its history since the Great Depression has been one of gradual development as a Salt Lake City suburb. Because of its location in the mountains, it has attracted local city dwellers as visitors or residents, and because of its strategic position above the city, it has continued to capture the attention of government and politicians, as repeated contests over water, development, annexation, and zoning of the canyon have shown.

; 8.5" x 11"; 312 pages, 

58170

Price: 62.10 USD 55.89 USD 
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Salt Lake City -  The Place Which God Prepared, Esplin, Scott - Alford, Kenneth
2 Salt Lake City - The Place Which God Prepared

Esplin, Scott - Alford, KennethNew in New Dust Jacket, Deseret Book, 2011, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



Brand new hardcover book! ; For more than 150 years, “Come, Come, Ye Saints,” the anthem of the pioneer journey, has praised Salt Lake City as “the place which God for us prepared.” This new book from Brigham Young University’s Religious Studies Center analyzes the fulfillment of that poetic longing and features chapters discussing Salt Lake’s place in our sacred story. Topics include histories of significant landmarks (the Salt Lake Temple, the Tabernacle, Ensign Peak, and the Salt Lake City Cemetery) and stories from the city’s past. Because Salt Lake is the world headquarters of the Church, the book also contains histories of Music and the Spoken Word, Church correlation, family history, and LDS Family Services. The reader will see connections between the revelations of Joseph Smith and Salt Lake City as a modern city of Zion—the place, indeed, where the Saints have been blessed. ; 6" x 9"; 384 pages, 

53224

Price: 23.99 USD 21.59 USD 
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THE GREAT SALT LAKE, Morgan, Dale L.
3 THE GREAT SALT LAKE

Morgan, Dale L.Very Good with no Dust Jacket, The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1947, Indianapoli - New York

Hardcover



Cover has some light edge and corner wear. "Utah State Department of Publicity" stamp noted three times inside front cover.

; Foundation of the commonwealth of Utah just a century ago. Relates the story of Great Salt lake and its tributary area from teh earliest geologic period ot the present time.

; The American lake series Series; 6" x 8.5"; 432 pages, First Edition, 

53890

Price: 17.00 USD 15.30 USD 
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THE ROMANCE OF AN OLD PLAYHOUSE, Pyper, George D.
4 THE ROMANCE OF AN OLD PLAYHOUSE

Pyper, George D.Very Good with no Dust Jacket, Deseret News Press, 1937, Salt Lake City, UT

Hardcover



1937, Revised edition. Decorative red Cloth; Very Good.

; 6.25" x 9.25"; 406 pages, Revised Edition, 

58253

Price: 20.00 USD 18.00 USD 
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Beer in the Beehive - A History of Brewing in Utah, Vance, Del
5 Beer in the Beehive - A History of Brewing in Utah

Vance, DelNew, Dream Garden Press, 2008, Salt Lake City, UT

Paperback



Brand new book! Never been read! ; Oversized soft cover filled with photographs, diagrams, labels, letters, advertisements, and much much more! "From fires and avalanches to con men and murderers, Beer in the Beehive covers them all. Here we offer an in-depth, often humorous look at Utah's rich history of brewing - from the earliest Mormon-owned breweries to today's modern brewpubs, with tales of sharpshooters, badgers, and even haunted gravesites in between. Beer brewed from beets? A brewery powered by steam locomotives? Budweiser brewed in Salt Lake City? 'This is the place' for answers." ; 8.5' x 11"; 356 pages, Second Edition, 

41341

Price: 45.95 USD 41.36 USD 
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