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...
$17.95
Hiking and Exploring Utah's Henry Mountains & Robbers Roost: Including: The Life and Legend of Butch Cassidy
By: Michael R. Kelsey The newest and most comprehensive guidebook yet on the Henry Mountains and Robbers Roost country. This new 3rd Edition combines a hiking & travel guide to Utah’s Henry Mountains and Robbers Roost Country, an area made...
$15.95
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The Blue Tattoo: The Life of Olive Oatman
In 1851 Olive Oatman was a thirteen-year old pioneer traveling west toward Zion, with her Mormon family. Within a decade, she was a white Indian with a chin tattoo, caught between cultures. The Blue Tattoo tells the harrowing story of this forgotten...
$17.95
Nine Mile Canyon (Images of America)
North of Price, Utah, Nine Mile Canyon slashes through the West Tavaputs Plateau and erodes its way east to the Green River, Utah. In 1847, settlements began in Utah along the Wasatch Front. The rangeland was soon taken, and stockmen...
$21.99
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Utah Ghost Towns, Mining Camps, and the Wild West Frontier
This title highlights 95 of the state's most accessible and interesting ghost towns, mining camps, frontier towns, and other sites of historical interest, such as the Promontory Point. 67 historical and contemporary photos accompany colorful narratives of each location. GPS...
$19.95
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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
First Peoples of Great Salt Lake: A Cultural Landscape from Nevada to Wyoming
Great Salt Lake is a celebrated, world-recognized natural landmark. It, and the broader region bound to it, is also a thoroughly cultural landscape; generations of peoples made their lives there. In an eminently readable narrative, Steven Simms, one of the...
$34.95
A Guide to Southern Utah's Hole in the Rock Trail
By: Stewart Aitchison In 1879, 230 settlers in southwestern Utah heeded the call from leaders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to pull up stakes and move to the distant Sand Juan River country of southeastern Utah....
$11.95
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...
$19.95
Nine Mile Canyon: The Archaeological History of an American Treasure
With an estimated 10,000 ancient rock art sites, Nine Mile Canyon has long captivated people the world over. The 45-mile-long canyon, dubbed the “World’s Longest Art Gallery,” hosts what is believed to be the largest concentration of rock art in...
$34.95
The Great Salt Lake
By: Dale L. Morgan The Great Salt Lake is a remarkable book, written by a remarkable man. After the passage of nearly a half-century, it remains one of the most informative and readable general histories of Utah yet written; a...
$19.95
Desert Solitaire
Hailed by The New York Times as “a passionately felt, deeply poetic book,” the moving autobiographical work of Edward Abbey, considered the Thoreau of the American West, and his passion for the southwestern wilderness.Desert Solitaire is a collection of vignettes about life in...
$8.99
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Following the Legends: A GPS Guide to Utah's Lost Mines and Hidden Treasures
Utah's history is overflowing with legends. For the past 25 years, Dale Bascom has been collecting stories, maps, and documentation about Utah's legends. In Following the Legends, he attempts to draw the line between fact and fiction in the quest...
$29.99
Last Chance Byway: The History of Nine Mile Canyon
Nine Mile Canyon is famous the world over for its prehistoric art images and remnants of ancient Fremont farmers. But it also teems with Old West history that is salted with iconic figures of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Last...
$34.95
Utah Curiosities: Quirky Characters, Roadside Oddities & Offbeat Fun
Utah Curiosities brings to the reader with humor and affection—and a healthy dose of attitude—the oddest, quirkiest, and most outlandish places, personalities, events, and phenomena found within the state’s borders and in the chronicles of its history. A fun, accessible read, Utah...
$24.95
Mysteries and Legends Utah: True Stories of the Unsolved and Unexplained
By: Michael O'Reilly In 1855, Caleb Rhoades accompanied Ute Indians to a sacred burial site in the Uinta Mountains - and there beheld a cave full of gold artifacts. Montezuma's treasure? Or relics made by the ancient Lamanites from the...
$16.95
Salt Lake City Cemetery (Images of America)
The Salt Lake City Cemetery was established in September 1847 when George Wallace, who arrived with the first company of Mormon pioneers two months prior, buried his young daughter on a picturesque hillside above the Salt Lake Valley. It has...
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Legends, Lore & True Tales in Mormon Country
Utah's Mormon Pioneer National Heritage Area offers breathtaking natural resources, powerful historical drama and intriguing cultural traditions. This rich legacy is built on old-world values of cooperation, industry, ingenuity and true grit--as well as a miracle or two. From frontier...
$21.99
The Spiral Jetty Encyclo: Exploring Robert Smithson's Earthwork through Time and Place
Copublished with the Tanner Trust Fund, J. Willard Marriott Library.Robert Smithson’s earthwork, Spiral Jetty (1970), an icon of the Land Art movement of the 1960s and 1970s, is located on the northern shores of Utah’s Great Salt Lake. Smithson built...
$44.95
Salt Lake City: 1890-1930 (Images of America)
Between 1890 and 1930, Salt Lake City experienced some of the most rapid and profound changes of any city in U.S. history. In its pioneer period, from the beginning of white settlement in 1847 to about 1890, the city struggled...
$21.99
Hidden History of Utah
In the 1840s, land west of the Missouri River was a new frontier for courage, adventure, freedom and true grit. During this era and the decades that followed, Utah became the focal point for many brave settlers yearning for a...
$19.99
Ghost Towns Of The West
Ghosts Towns of the West is filled with photographs, maps, history, and detailed directions to find the best ghost towns to linger in the wake of the Old West. Ghost Towns of the West blazes a trail through the dusty crossroads and...
$26.99
Park City (Images of America)
By Dalton Gackle Settled by miners and Mormons after the Civil War and incorporated in 1884, Park City grew into one of the world’s most prestigious mining camps. Known primarily for its richness in silver, Park City miners also extracted...
$23.99
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Lost Treasures on the Old Spanish Trail
The Old Spanish Trail was a pathway with but one purpose: to lead followers to the legendary land of Cibola and its immeasurable treasures of silver and gold. Lost Treasures of the Spanish Trail takes readers through the history of the trail...
$15.95
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