Utah Ghost Towns/Sites Then and Now
By: R.N. & M.L. Preston The overlay, that is used over the map of UTAH 1900, (maps 3,4,5 and 6) has been reproduced from a modern map. The purpose is to show the changes in the state over a period...
$15.95
Faded Footprints: The Lost Rhoades Mines and Other Hidden Treasures of the Uintahs
By: George A. Thompson Since its initial publication, Faded Footprints has become a classic, the recognized research guide for prospectors and treasure seekers in Utah's Uinta Mountains. Following the first edition, author George Thompson was contacted by literally thousands of...
$25.00
Utah Ghost Rails
By: Stephen L. Carr & Robert W. Edwards Enjoy finding and learning about the ghost rails of Utah with Utah Ghost Rails. Find spots where there used to be twin rails carrying hundreds of passengers. This book briefly outlines the...
$19.95
Jim Bridger: Mountain Man
By: Stanley Vestal Even among the mighty mountain men, Jim Bridger was a towering figure. He was one of the greatest explorers and pathfinders in American history. He couldn't write his name, but at eighteen he had braved the fury...
$16.95
The Story of Clear Lake, Utah
The Story of Clear Lake, Utah
$10.00
Undaunted Courage
By: Stephen E. Ambrose In this sweeping adventure story, Stephen E. Ambrose, the bestselling author of D-Day, presents the definitive account of one of the most momentous journeys in American history. Ambrose follows the Lewis and Clark Expedition from Thomas...
$18.00
The Lady in the Ore Bucket: A History of Settlement and Industry in the Tri-Canyon Area of the Wasatch Mountains
By: Charles L. KellerWhen the first company of Mormon settlers arrived in the Great Salt Lake Valley in July 1847, it was immediately apparent that their survival depended upon what resources they found in the mountains surrounding them. The Great...
$29.95
Tales of the Mountain Men: Seventeen Stories of Survival, Exploration, and Frontier Spirit
Edited By: Lamar Underwood The mountain men were the trappers of the Rocky Mountain fur trade in the years following Lewis and Clark's Expedition of 1804-1806. With their bold journeys peaking during the period of 1830-1840, they were the first...
$16.95
Salt Desert Trails
By: Charles Kelly First published in 1930, Salt Desert Trails tells the story of the Great Salt Desert crossing by early explorers and emigrant parties. Central to the story is the opening of Hastings Cutoff in 1846, which led to...
$13.95
Roadside History of Utah
By: Cynthia Larsen Bennett Anyone traveling through Utah's gorgeous landscape may be curious about the people who have lived there over time. Anyone who's ever heard of the Mormon Trail may be piqued to learn more about that extraordinary journey...
$18.00
Roadside History of New Mexico
By: Francis L. and Roberta B. Fugate Within New Mexico we have experienced a variety of unspoiled beauty and natural wonders equaled in few other areas of similar size. But we cannot tell you about them; they have to be...
$20.00
Outlaw Tales of Utah: True Stories of Utah's Most Famous Rustlers, Robbers, and Bandits
By: Michael Rutter Massacres, mayhem, and mischief fill the pages of Outlaw Tales of Utah. Meet the Wild Bunch, outlaws who sought refuge between heists hanging out and hiding out in Utah. Butch Cassidy, its leader, once paid a farmer's...
$14.95
Barbed Wire: The Fence That Changed the West
By: Joanne S. Liu How could an ordinary fence shape a nation's history? Before the 1870s, much of the American West was an uninterrupted expanse of plains, where native tribes followed buffalo herds for hundreds of miles and cowboys ran...
$14.00
Shelters, Shacks & Shanties & How to Build Them
By: D.C. Beard Shelters, Shacks, and Shanties presents lively, step-by-step tutelage on building all types of temporary and long-term accommodations from both natural and man-made materials. Originally published in 1914, this practical classic is as essential a guide for today's...
$12.95
Wanted! Wanted Posters of the Old West
By: Barbara Fifer and Martin KidstonThis rare collection of Wanted Posters is from the American West, found in the basement of the Missoula, Montana, County Courthouse, is a historical treasure. The book's nearly 150 original wanted posters, fugitive notices, and...
$19.95
Utah Place Names
By: John W. Van Cott Poverty Flat. Bearskin Gulch. Drunker Hollow. All Utah toponyms, or place names. Where are they? What is their history? Their importance? Do they exist today? John W. Van Cott has spent the better part of...
$19.95
Unfortunate Emigrant: Narratives of the Donner Party
By: Kristin Johnson A selection of rare and hard-to-find early accounts of the 1846 emigrant party that was trapped in the winter snows of the Sierra Nevada, recounting their strenuous and conflict-ridden trail west; their experiences of starvation, death, and...
$22.50
Troubled Trails: The Meeker Affair and the Expulsion of Utes from Colorado
By: Robert Silbernagel When U.S. Calvary troops rode onto the Ute Indian Reservation in northwestern Colorado on September 29, 1879, they triggered a chain of events that cost the Utes their homeland. They included a deadly battle at Milk Creek,...
$24.95
Treasure Mtn Home: Park City Revisited
Illustrated with black & white photographs. This entertaining volume tells the history of Park City, Utah from its first days as a frontier mining camp to its present status as one of America's premier winter-sports havens. Between these two incarnations...
$25.00
Traditional American Farming Techniques
By: Frank D. Gardner Traditional American Farming Techniques remains as valuable today as when it was first published in 1916. More than one thousand pages brim with information - everything from the science behind crop rotation to the specifics of...
$29.95
The White Indian Boy & its sequel The Return of the White Indian
By: Elijah Nicholas Wilson & Charles A. Wilson First published in 1910, The White Indian Boy quickly became a western classic. Readers fascinated by real-life cowboys and Indians thrilled to Uncle Nick Wilson's frontier exploits, as he recounted running away...
$19.95
The Sterling Legend: The Facts Behind the Lost Dutchman Mine
By: Estee Conatser The legend of Jacob Walzer's famed Lost Dutchman Mine has been tantalizing gold seekers since the 1870s. Thousands have ventured into the formidable desert surrounding the Superstition Mountains to solve the riddle that has eluded solving -...
$11.95
The Santa Fe Trail
By: R. L. Duffus While it only exists in small broken sections today, the Santa Fe Trail was once the only way to travel to the trading town of Santa Fe. Many people risked the terror of Indian attacks and...
$19.95
The Pony Express: An Illustrated History
By: C. W. Guthrie Orphans preferred was the call that went out to the daring of heart when the Pony Express was organized in April 1860. Called The Greatest Enterprise of Modern Times, the endeavor recruited young men willing to...
$19.95
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