Marshall E. Bowen, “The Russian Molokans of Park Valley”
In this Q&A we asked Marshall Bowen about the brief tenure of the Molokans in Park Valley and the process of uncovering their history.
Kathryn MacKay, “The Uncompahgre Reservation and the Hill Creek Extension”
We offer faithful reproductions of some of the BIA records that MacKay used to detail the Ute Tribe’s long struggle to secure the Hill Creek Extension.
Christine Cooper-Rompato, “Women Inventors in Utah Territory”
We sat down with Christine Cooper-Rompato to discuss her research on Utah’s nineteenth-century women inventors. Click here for the audio of our conversation. We also provide links to many of the patents filed by these inventors.
The Carol Carlisle Summer Wedding Dress Collection: A Photo Essay
Check out beautiful color photos from the wedding dress collection housed at the Utah State Historical Society. Photographs by Anna Oldroyd.
Found: Rare First Edition of the Earliest Ute and Shoshone Vocabulary
In the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries a number of Ute and Shoshone vocabularies were published in Utah. We provide links to the three editions of Dimick Baker Huntington, as well as volumes produced by Joseph A. Gebow, George W. Hill, and Ralph V. Chamberlin. Digitized copies courtesy of the LDS Church History Department.