Mormon Village Studies
Book Id: 23569
SIGNED. Octavo [22.5 cm] Numerous pamphlets bound together in green cloth covered boards with a gilt stamped title on the spine. Good. The covers are heavily rubbed. The spine is rolled. There is a thick pen mark from a black marker on the spine. This mark is 1 inch long. There is a small ink stamp on the front pastedown. The pages at the beginning are glue stained. There may be an occasional ink stamp, or brief marginalia, in the text. The pages are age toned. Two of the pages have been completely torn out, however they are tucked in.
Lowry Nelson was Utah Agricultural Experiment Station Director. Signed by Lowry Nelson on the front free endsheet. Contents: A comparison of educational advantages and achievements of rural relief and non relief households of two counties in Utah / Early land holding practices in Utah, and problems arising from / Education and size of family / The Green River drought relief project of 1934 / An Influence of formal schooling on consumptive tendencies in two rural communities / The Mormon settlements in Alberta / National policies and rural social organization / Outlines of a rural research program for Utah / Some changes in the population of Utah as indicated by the Annual LDS Church Census, 1929-1933 / A social survey of Escalante, Utah / The Utah farm village of Ephraim / The Mormon Village: A Study in social origins / Some social and economic features of American Fork, Utah.