Utah, a Guide to the State

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UTAH
A GUIDE TO THE STATE

Compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration for the State of Utah

AMERICAN GUIDE SERIES

ILLUSTRATED

Sponsored by the Utah State Institute of Fine Arts

Co-sponsored by the Salt Lake County Commission

HASTINGS HOUSE Publishers NEW YORK

MCMXLI

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Contents ix
  • Illustrations xiii
  • Maps xvii
  • General Information xix
  • Calendar of Annual Events xxiii
  • Part I Utah's Background 1
  • Natural Setting 10
  • Archeology and Indians 32
  • History 46
  • Agriculture 98
  • Irrigation 105
  • Industry and Commerce 112
  • Transportation 126
  • Education 135
  • Recreation 142
  • Part II Bonneville Bench Cities 189
  • Logan 191
  • Ogden 199
  • Provo 215
  • Salt Lake City 225
  • Part III Highways and Dugways 269
  • Tour 1 271
  • Tour 1a 309
  • Tour 1b 313
  • Tour 1c 316
  • Tour 1d 322
  • Tour 1e 327
  • Tour 2 329
  • Tour 2a 345
  • Tour 3 351
  • Tour 4 353
  • Tour 5 366
  • Tour 6 371
  • Tour 6a 391
  • Tour 7 395
  • Tour 8 410
  • Tour 9 422
  • Tour 10 433
  • Tour 10 *
  • Part IV Parks and Primitive Areas 449
  • Bryce Canyon National Park 456
  • Capitol Reef National Monument 464
  • Cedar Breaks National Monument 471
  • Dinosaur National Monument 475
  • Great Salt Lake 480
  • High Uintas Primitive Area 489
  • Hovenweep National Monument 496
  • Natural Bridges National Monument 501
  • Rainbow Bridge National Monument 508
  • Timpanogos Cave National Monument 512
  • Zion National Park 520
  • Part V Appendices 529
  • Chronology 531
  • Selected Reading List 538
  • List of Consultants 552
  • Map of Utah in Six Sections 554
  • Index to Cities and Towns 564
  • Index 567
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