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The University of Utah Press assists local organizations by distributing their publications to a broader audience. The Press distributes those books and DVDs which complement subject categories in which we publish, especially archaeology, anthropology, western history, Mormon Studies, local geology, and natural history.
The Museum of Peoples and Cultures (MPC) is located at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah. The Museum was established in the 1960s by BYU’s Department of Anthropology to house items from expeditions. Today it cares for the anthropological, archaeological, and ethnographic collections in the university’s custody and mentors students with collections-focused goals. The MPC publishes three series of archaeology and anthropology: Popular Series, Occasional Papers, and Technical Papers.
Canyonlands Natural History Association is a nonprofit organization that assists the parks and public lands of southeastern Utah. The CNHA produces books and maps relevant to this region.
KUED is the PBS television station located at the University of Utah. It regularly produces DVD documentaries on subjects relevant to Utah and the West.
Western Epics is the publication imprint of Sam Weller’s Bookstore, based in Salt Lake City. Over the years it has published a number of significant regional history titles and important regional fiction.