Utah's History

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Table of Contents
List of Mapsxiii
List of Tablesxiv
List of Illustrationsxv
Prefacexvii
Preface to the 1989 Reprintxx
Part I Utah Before the Mormons Introduction David E. Miller1
Chapter 1 Utah: The Physical Setting Robert L. Layton5
Chapter 2 The Earliest Peoples S. Lyman Tyler23
Chapter 3 The Spanish Epoch Ted J. Warner35
Chapter 4 The Fur Trade and the Mountain Men David E. Miller53
Chapter 5 Explorers and Trail Blazers David E. Miller71
Part II From Colonization to Statehood Introduction Eugene E. Campbell93
Chapter 6 The Rise of the Mormon Kingdom of God Marvin S. Hill97
Chapter 7 The Mormon Migrations to Utah Eugene E. Campbell113
Chapter 8 Early Colonization Patterns Eugene E. Campbell133
Chapter 9 Governmental Beginnings Eugene E. Campbell153
Chapter 10 The Mormon Gathering Gustive O. Larson175
Chapter 11 Economic Beginnings Dean L. May193
Chapter 12 Towards a Dependent Commonwealth Dean L. May217
Chapter 13 Government, Politics, and Conflict Gustive O. Larson243
Chapter 14 The Crusade and the Manifesto Gustive O. Larson257
Chapter 15 Pioneer Society Bruce L. Campbell and Eugene E. Campbell275
Chapter 16 Early Cultural and Intellectual Development Bruce L. Campbell and Eugene E. Campbell295

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