Mormon Towns in the Region of the Colorado. Anthropological Papers, Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, Number 32 (Glen Canyon Series Number 3, May, 1958); The Activities of Jacob Hamblin in the Region of the Colorado.  Anthropological Papers,

Mormon Towns in the Region of the Colorado. Anthropological Papers, Department of Anthropology, University of Utah, Number 32 (Glen Canyon Series Number 3, May, 1958); The Activities of Jacob Hamblin in the Region of the Colorado. Anthropological Papers,

Creer, Leland Hargrave

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Place Published: Salt Lake City, UT
Publisher: University of Utah Press
Edition: Reprint
Binding: Paperback
Book Id: 45793

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26; 35pp. Quarto [27.5 cm] Black cloth spine with tan wrappers, and the title printed in black on the front wrap. Very good. There is a short split in the cloth at the head of the spine, and the wraps are just a little soiled. The pages are clean and free of markings.

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Subjects include, the origin of the settlement of Cannonville and its later history, Hanksville, Spanish-Mexican Indian Slave Trade, and Jacob Hamblin's numerous expeditions, and the founding of Kanab.



By This Author: Creer, Leland Hargrave
By This Publisher: University of Utah Press