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by Dale L Morgan,Richard Saunders Jr.,Gregory Smoak

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  • Author: Dale L Morgan,Richard Saunders Jr.,Gregory Smoak
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  • Publisher: Utah State University Press; 1 edition (August 30, 2007)
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By Dale L. Morgan, Gregory E. Smoak, Richard L. Saunders. 1 Despite the intense work Humboldt and Great Salt Lake required, Morgan felt that as publications the books were literary rather than historical ventures and thus, merely stakes in my education (Morgan to John Selby, 1949 Sep.

By Dale L. Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1849-1869. By Dale L. 19, Dale L. Morgan Papers, Bancroft Library, Univ. of California, Berkeley).

DALE L. Morgan (1914–1971) is chiefly remembered for seminal studies o. .

His introduction includes an intellectual biography of Morgan that focuses on the place of the anthologized pieces in Morgan's corpus. Gregory E. Smoak, a leading historian of the Shoshone, contributed an ethnohistorical essay as additional context for Morgan's work. eISBN: 978-0-87421-667-7. DALE L. Morgan (1914–1971) is chiefly remembered for seminal studies on the American fur trade and central-route overland trail.

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Start by marking Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trail: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1849-1869 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. His introduction includes an intellectual biography of Morgan that focuses on the place of the anthologized pieces in Morgan’s corpus. Smoak, a leading historian of the Shoshone, contributed an ethnohistorical essay as additional context for Morgan’s work.

Online Books by. Richard L. Saunders, Richard . 1963-). Books from the extended shelves: Saunders, Richard . 1963-: Shoshonean peoples and the overland trails : frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1849-1869, (Logan : Utah State University Press, c2007), also by Dale L. Morgan and Gregory E. Smoak (page images at HathiTrust).

Saunders, J. Richard. Saunders, Jr Richard. Washakie and the Shoshoni: A Selection of Documents from the Records of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs,1850-1869 (originally in ten parts, 1953-1957) - Appendix: Selected Notes - Index. 588. a Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.

Shoshonean peoples and the overland trails: Frontiers of the Utah . Logan: Utah State University Press.

Shoshonean peoples and the overland trails: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1849-1869. 1870 Utah Territory and the overland trails Shoshoni Indians in Salt Lake City, ca. 1869–1875 Jacob Harrod Holeman, ca. 1840 Shoshone Indians, Humboldt plains, 1869 Changes along California Trail, 1866 Couple on horseback near tipi encampment, 1870 Chief Washakie, 1870 Brigham Young, ca.

The Utah State Historical Society has established the annual "Dale L. Morgan Award," presented to the author of the best scholarly article published in the Utah Historical Quarterly. Skills, viewpoint and criticism. Morgan was a great-grandson of Orson Pratt, an apostle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Morgan’s family actively participated in church activities. Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs ed. Publisher: Logan, Utah: Utah State University Press, 2007.

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Overland Trail: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1849–1869. This compilation of& Dale Morgan’s& historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails.

Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trail: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1849–1869. This compilation of& Dale Morgan’s& historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails. Three connected works by Morgan are included: First is his classic article on the history of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs. This is followed by an important set of government reports and correspondence from the National Archives concerning the Eastern Shoshone and their leader Washakie.

This compilation of Dale Morgan’s  historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails. Three connected works by Morgan are included: First is his classic article on the history of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs. This is followed by an important set of government reports and correspondence from the National Archives concerning the Eastern Shoshone and their leader Washakie. Morgan heavily annotated these for serial publication in the Annals of Wyoming. He also wrote a previously unpublished history of early relations among the Western Shoshone, emigrants, and the government along the California Trail. Morgan biographer Richard L. Saunders introduced, edited, and further annotated this collection. His introduction includes an intellectual biography of Morgan that focuses on the place of the anthologized pieces in Morgan’s corpus. Gregory E. Smoak, a leading historian of the Shoshone, contributed an ethnohistorical essay as additional context for Morgan’s work.



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