The History of Emigration Canyon: Gateway to Salt Lake Valley

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This comprehensive and well-illustrated history of one of the more significant historical areas in Utah offers a case study of the development of a scenic, rural area near a major western metropolis. Emigration Canyon was the original route, opened by the Donner party, through the Wasatch Mountains into Salt Lake Valley. It subsequently was the route for pioneer settlers, overland wagon trains, freight and mail lines, and the pony express, and it remained an important transportation corridor even after the development of ...

The History of Emigration Canyon: Gateway to Salt Lake Valley 2003, Utah State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780874215656

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The History of Emigration Canyon: Gateway to Salt Lake Valley 2003, Utah State University Press

ISBN-13: 9780874215649

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