UTAH HISTORICAL QUARTERLY

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The Last Spike Is Driven

Author : Utah Historical Quarterly
ISBN : CORNELL:31924002318982
Genre : Transportation
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Category: Transportation

Termination S Legacy

Author : R. Warren Metcalf
ISBN : 0803232012
Genre : Political Science
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Termination's Legacy describes how the federal policy of termination irrevocably affected the lives of a group of mixed-blood Ute Indians who made their home on the Uintah-Ouray Reservation in Utah. Following World War II many Native American communities were strongly encouraged to terminate their status as wards of the federal government and develop greater economic and political power for themselves. During this era, the rights of many Native communities came under siege, and the tribal status of some was terminated. Most of the terminated communities eventually regained tribal status and federal recognition in subsequent decades. But not all did. The mixed-blood Utes fell outside the formal categories of classification by the federal government, they did not meet the essentialist expectations of some officials of the Mormon Church, and their regaining of tribal status potentially would have threatened those Utes already classified as tribal members on the reservation. Skillfully weaving together interviews and extensive archival research, R. Warren Metcalf traces the steps that led to the termination of the mixed-blood Utes' tribal status and shows how and why this particular group of Native Americans was never formally recognized as "Indian" again. Their repeated failure to regain their tribal status throws into relief the volatile key issue of identity then and today for full- and mixed-blood Native Americans, the federal government, and the powerful Mormon Church in Utah.
Category: Political Science

Utah

Author : Dean L. May
ISBN : 0874802849
Genre : History
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Utah S Black Hawk War

Author : John Alton Peterson
ISBN : UOM:39015045972588
Genre : History
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Indian tribes involved in the Blackhawk War included the Utes, Uinta and Goshute Indian tribes.
Category: History

Three Frontiers

Author : Dean L. May
ISBN : 0521585759
Genre : History
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This book studies how, in the Far West, Americans moved from communal values to individualistic and exploitative ones.
Category: History

Women In Utah History

Author : Patricia Lyn Scott
ISBN : 9780874215168
Genre : History
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A project of the Utah Women’s History Association and cosponsored by the Utah State Historical Society, Paradigm or Paradox provides the first thorough survey of the complicated history of all Utah women. Some of the finest historians studying Utah examine the spectrum of significant social and cultural topics in the state’s history that particularly have involved or affected women.
Category: History

Radicalism In The Mountain West 1890 1920

Author : David R. Berman
ISBN : 9781457109836
Genre : History
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Radicalism in the Mountain West, 1890-1920 traces the history of radicalism in the Populist Party, Socialist Party, Western Federation of Miners, and Industrial Workers of the World in Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico. Focusing on the populist and socialist movements, David R. Berman sheds light on American radicalism with this study of a region that epitomized its rise and fall. As the frontier industrialized, self-reliant pioneers and prospectors transformed into wage- laborers for major corporations with government, military, and church ties. Economically and politically stymied, westerners rallied around homegrown radicals such as William "Big Bill" Haywood and Vincent "the Saint" St. John and touring agitators such as Eugene Debs and Mary "Mother" Jones. Radicalism in the Mountain West tells how volleys of strikes, property damage, executions, and deportations ensued in the absence of negotiation. Drawing on years of archival research and diverse materials such as radical newspapers, reports filed by labor spies and government agents, and records of votes, subscriptions, and memberships, Berman offers Western historians and political scientists an unprecedented view into the region's radical past.
Category: History