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Recounts the last of the river trips to follow Powell's path down the Green and Colorado Rivers
David H. Dejong
The first book to follow the evolution of federal Indian policies by focusing on the commissioners of Indian Affairs
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News & Updates
Books and Authors in the News and Online:
- Sondra G. Jones won the Juanita Brooks Best Book in Utah history for
Being and Becoming Ute: The Story of an American Indian People.
- Kenneth W. Baldridge was a finalist for Best Book in Utah History for
Civilian Conservation Corps in Utah, 1933-1942: Remembering Nine Years of Achievement
- James Swensen won the Evans Biography Award for
In a Rugged Land: Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, and the Three Mormon Towns Collaborations, 1953-1954
- Colleen Whitley's
Feed My Sheep: The Life of Alberta Henry
was named a finalist for the Evans Biography Award.
- Editors P. Jane Hafen and Brenden W. Rensink won the John Whitmer Historical Association Best Anthology Book Award for their volume,
Essays on American Indian and Mormon History
- Konden Smith Hansen won Mormon History Association's First Book Award for his book
Frontier Religion: Mormons and America, 1857-1907
- Do you want to peruse our Mormon History titles? Take a look at our Mormon Studies catalog here.
- Kevin Jones gives a lecture about rock art and his book
Standing on the Walls of Time
sponsored by Crow Canyon Archaeological Center.
- Corinne Laverty interviews with Nancy Pearlman for Environmental Directions about her book North America's Galapagos.
Benjamin Gucciardi won the Agha Shahid Ali Prize in Poetry for his manuscript, West Portal.
Virginia Kerns won the Don D. and Catherine S. Fowler Prize for her manuscript, Colonizing the Wild: A Narrative of an Indian Captive and the House of Brigham Young.