Salt Desert Trails

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Utah History Books

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 the tragedy of the Donner Party and the pioneering of the emigrant trails through Utah's Wasatch Mountains.

This edition, which celebrates the Hasting Cutoff Sesquicentennial, includes expanded bibliographic citations, a portfolio of Charles Kelly's Salt Desert photographs, and brings back into print a Utah and Western history classic.

Other Information:
Published: 1996
Pages: 199

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