Uintah County Heritage Museum

Uintah County Heritage Museum features displays of individuals and groups of people, who for many reasons traveled into the Uinta Basin and some decided to stay. It is a story of strength and change. Come in and explore the journey of the men and women who made this high mountain desert their home. We share stories of outlaws and lawmen, the Utes (some of who were forced to live here), entrepreneurs  who chose to come and build a community that has prospered, those who found financial success by tapping into the basin's natural resources, and the ranchers and homesteaders who divided up the land.

Language
English
Description
Language
English
Description
Publisher
University of Oklahoma Press
Pub. Date
c1977
Language
English
Publisher
High Plains Books
Pub. Date
1993
Language
English
Publisher
Enslow
Pub. Date
1995
Language
English
Publisher
Charles Redd Center for Western Studies :
Pub. Date
1982
Language
English
Publisher
Madrona Press
Pub. Date
1974
Language
English
Publisher
63-17415
Pub. Date
1963
Language
English
Publisher
64-19068
Pub. Date
1964
Language
English
Publisher
[The Author?
Pub. Date
1995?]
Language
English
Publisher
TwoDot
Pub. Date
2015
Language
English
Description
Publisher
University of Oklahoma Press
Pub. Date
1986
Language
English
Publisher
High Plains Press
Pub. Date
c2008
Language
English
Language
English
Description
Publisher
National Geographic
Pub. Date
[2015]
Language
English
Description
Series
Publisher
Time-Life Books
Pub. Date
1986, ©1974
Edition
8th print. rev.
Language
English
Description
Publisher
University of Nebraska Press
Pub. Date
c1998
Language
English
Publisher
TwoDot
Pub. Date
2013.
Language
English
Publisher
The Author?]
Pub. Date
1997
Language
English
Publisher
AuthorHouse
Pub. Date
[2/23/2009]
Language
English

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