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References

  A History of Utah’s American Indians (2000) Mae Perry, Utah State Division of Indian Affairs/Utah State Division of History, Salt Lake City.

Aikens, C. Melvin
1970 Hogup Cave, Anthropological Papers, No. 93, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah .

Brigham D. Madsen, The Northern Shoshone (1980), The Shoshone Frontier and the Bear River Massacre (1985), and Chief Pocatello: The White Plume (1986).

Christensen, Scott R.
1999 Sagwitch: Shoshone Chieftain, Mormon Elder, 1822-1887, Utah State University Press, Logan, Utah.

Dodge, Grenville M.
1965 How We Built The Union Pacific Railway, reprinted from a private edition issued in Council Bluffs, Iowa, with no date given, Sage Books, Denver. Dodge was Chief Engineer of the Union Pacific Railroad, 1866-1870.

Hunsaker, Abraham
1859 Journal, Q929.2 H2h Brigham City LDS Family History Library.

Jensen, Lucinda P.
1947 History of Bear River City, Box Elder News-Journal, Brigham City, Utah.

The Journal
July 19, 1919, September 1, 1923, February 19, 1927, The Journal, Logan, Utah.

The Leader
December 1, 1999, The Leader, Tremonton, Utah.

Nunis, Doyce B., Jr.
1991 The Bidwell-Bartleson Party 1841 California Emigrant Adventure: The Documents and Memoirs of the Overland Pioneers, Western Tanager Press, Santa Cruz, California.

Morgan, Thomas D. Morgan
Native Americans in World War II, Excerpted form Army History: The Professional Bulletin of Army History, No. 35 (Fall 1995), pp. 22-27.

Ottogary, Willie
Letters to The Journal, December 30, 1912, July 19, 1919, December 6, 1921, December 27, 1921, and June 26, 1922, Logan, Utah.

Parry, Mae
Oral Interview, 1/12/2000, Northwestern Band of Shoshone Nation Tribal Office, Brigham City, Utah.

Spencer, Deloy
Oral Interview with Merlin and Doris Larsen, October 17, 1995, Golden Spike National Historic Site Archives, Promontory, Utah.

Stansbury, Howard
1853 Exploration and Survey Of The Valley Of The Great Salt Utah, Including A Reconnaissance Of A New Route Through The Rocky Mountains, Robert Armstrong, Public Printer, Washington D.C.

Stewart, John J.
1994 The Iron Trail to the Golden Spike, Meadow Lark Press, New York.

Wells, Rosalie Stokes
1956 A History of Promontory Especially of the LDS Church Early Days Until 1953, MS 14770, LDS Archives, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Westergard, Jacalyn H.
1999 Excerpts from Nancy Marinda Tracy Moyes, born 25 Sept. 1861, Marriott, Weber County, Utah, Marriott Heritage Foundation 2219 West 2700 North, Farr West City, Utah.


Woodward, Marion Brown
Manuscript This is Promontory as I Remember it, Marion born in Promontory 1889, Manuscript in Golden Spike National Historic Site Archives, 616 PRO, Contributed by Adolph Reeder, Brigham City, UT.

Zollinger, Shari
2004 Coyote Steals Fire, The Northwestern Shoshone Nation, Utah State University Press, Logan UT, Excerpts from historical overview of tribe.

 
 
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