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Carbon County, eastern Utah's industrialized island

Author: Philip F Notarianni; Utah State Historical Society.; Carbon County Historical Society (Utah)
Publisher: Salt Lake City, Utah : Utah State Historical Society, 1981.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip F Notarianni; Utah State Historical Society.; Carbon County Historical Society (Utah)
ISBN: 0913738328 9780913738320
OCLC Number: 7947218
Notes: "A project of the Carbon County Historical Society"--Cover.
Description: x, 174 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Land of three heritages, Mormons, immigrants, and miners / by Allan Kent Powell --
Victims of demand, the vagaries of the Carbon County coal industry / by Floyd A. O'Neil --
Comments / by Gary Tomsic --
Reminiscences of a coal camp doctor / by J. Eldon Dorman --
Immigrant and landscape in Carbon County / by Gary B. Peterson --
Women in the mining communities of Carbon County / by Helen Z. Papanikolas --
Coments / by Nancy Jacobus Taniguchi --
Latter-day Saint Settlement of eastern Utah / by Leonard J. Arrington --
The Carbon County freight road to the Uinta Basin / by Edward A. Geary --
Helper--the making of a Gentile town in Zion / by Philip F. Notarianni --
Comments / by Al Veltri.
Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Philip F. Notarianni.

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