Shoshonean peoples and the overland trails

frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, 1849-1869 by Dale Lowell Morgan

Publisher: Utah State University Press in Logan, Utah

Written in English
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Subjects:

  • United States. -- Office of Indian Affairs. -- Utah Superintendency -- History,
  • Mormon Church -- History,
  • Shoshoni Indians -- Government relations,
  • Shoshoni Indians -- History,
  • Shoshoni Indians -- Social conditions,
  • Overland journeys to the Pacific,
  • Oregon National Historic Trail,
  • California National Historic Trail

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementDale L. Morgan ; edited and introduced by Richard L. Saunders ; ethnohistorical essay by Gregory E. Smoak.
ContributionsSaunders, Richard L., 1963-, Smoak, Gregory E., 1962-
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE99.S4 M65 2007
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17932315M
ISBN 109780874216516
LC Control Number2007018534
OCLC/WorldCa131063227

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  Wyoming's history is one of the native peoples who inhabited the region—the Cheyenne, Sioux, Crow and Shoshone tribes, to name a few—and an emigrant frontier. Nearly 1, Wyoming servicemen, representing every county, died in World War in other states, Wyoming’s people gained a stronger sense of being part of the nation thanks in part to war bond drives, scrap metal drives, book drives, victory gardens—and their loved ones’ service at home and overseas. The Overland Trail, also known as the Overland Stage Line, was a stagecoach and wagon road in the American West. Portions of the route had been used by explorers and trappers since the s, especially along what would later become the California, Oregon, and Mormon Trails.

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Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trail: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, –Author: Dale L Morgan, Richard Saunders, Gregory Smoak. Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, By Dale L.

Morgan, Gregory E. Smoak, Richard L. Saunders No cover. ISBN: (e-book) Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Morgan, Dale Lowell, Shoshonean peoples and the overland trails: frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Aff airs, / Dale L.

Morgan ; edited and introduced by Richard L. Saunders ; ethnohistorical essay by Gregory E. Smoak. Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trail Book Description: This compilation of Dale Morgan's historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails.

Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails. [Dale L Morgan] -- This compilation of Dale Morgan's historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails.

Three connected works by Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Shoshonean peoples and Shoshonean peoples and the overland trails book overland trails: frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, / Dale L. Morgan ; edited and introduced. This compilation of Dale Morgan's historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails.

Three connected works by Morgan are included: First is his classic article on the history of the Utah Superintendency of Indian : Dale L. Morgan.

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Saunders. April 7, On the Trail of the Mountain Shoshone Sheep Eaters is a wonderful account of the author's explorations, both in the field and through the literature, delving into the life and culture of the extraordinary peoples who made the alpine Reviews: 9.

Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails. and the government along the California Trail. The book concludes with an important set of government reports and correspondence from the National Archives concerning the Eastern Shoshone and their leader Washakie.

Morgan heavily annotated these for serial publication in the Annals of Wyoming Author: Dale L. Morgan. PIONEER SPIRIT - Book One: Overland Trail and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

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As in "Snow Mountain Passage," I went back 22 years in my library, to finally read a book about "The Overland Trail." This book also takes place inthe same year as the Donner Party set out for the "Land of Milk and Honey" of California/5.

Shoshonean peoples and the overland trails: frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, [Dale L Morgan; Richard L Saunders; Gregory E Smoak] -- "This compilation of Dale Morgan’s historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails.

In the first book to focus on relations between Indians and emigrants on the overland trails, Michael L. Tate shows that such encounters were far more often characterized by cooperation than by conflict. Having combed hundreds of unpublished sources and Indian oral traditions, Tate finds Pages: The Shoshone tribe often referred to as the Shoshoni or Snake Indians, consist of several distinct groups, of which there are different ally living in a wide area of the Great Basin and Great Plains and sharing similar Shoshone languages, they are closely related to the Comanche, Paiute, and Ute Indians.

By the mid 18th century, the Blackfoot, Blood, Piegan, and Crow to. Auto Tour Route Interpretive Guide Idaho.

‘OUTRAGES HAVE BEEN COMMITTED’. Hostilities between Indians and emigrants on the Great Plains have been the focus of many books and movies, but historians figure that 90 percent of all armed conflict on the overland trails actually occurred west of the Continental Divide.

The Overland Trail, also known as the Overland Stage Line, was a stagecoach and wagon road in the American ns of the route had been used by explorers and trappers since the s, especially along what would later become the California, Oregon, and Mormon Overland Trail Mail route was established by Ben Holladay, inwhich closely followed the Pony Express Trail.

Start studying Lesson 5- The Overland Trails. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Disrupting the Natives White emigrants of the overland trail era are often credited with disrupting Native American societies, causing sweeping changes in in their cultures, and precipitating wars.

This is not entirely untrue, but the Oregon Trail was merely one chapter in a much longer history. Roll over Image to expand The Overland Trail by Monaghan, Jay, Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill Co, First Edition. Near fine in bright red, gilt decorated cloth covered boards with gilt text stamping on the spine and with decorated map end papers.

An octavo measuring 8 1/2" by 5 3/4". Lowell Dale Morgan (Decem – Ma ), generally cited as Dale Morgan or Dale L. Morgan, was an American historian, accomplished researcher, biographer, editor, and critic. He specialized in material on Utah history, Mormon history. This is an interactive Idaho Trails Map.

Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails. Dale L. Morgan. This compilation of Dale Morgan's historical work on Indians in the Intermountain West focuses primarily on the Shoshone who lived near the Oregon and California trails.

In the late s, wagons brought Mormon farmers to settle in Cache Valley, the Northwestern Shoshone heartland. Emigrants and settlers reduced Shoshone access to traditional village sites and food resources. Relationships with the Mormons were mostly good but often strained.

Traveling West. From the s to the s betweenandindividuals traveled to California and Oregon on the overland trails. The trip from the Missouri River to the West Coast was nearly two thousand miles.

Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, By Dale L. Morgan; Gregory E. Smoak; Richard L. Saunders Utah State University Press,   The diaries and letters of women who braved the overland trails during the great nineteenth-century westward migration are treasured documents in the study of the American West.

These eight firsthand accounts are among the best ever written. They were selected for the power with which they portray the hardship, adventure, and boundless love for friends and. The people who traveled on the overland trails, like most Americans in their day, had limited wardrobes of largely handmade clothing.

Little girls began learning to sew early, and by the time they married, women knew how to make clothing for themselves and their families. Morgan, Dale L. Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs,ed.

Richard L. Saunders. Logan: Utah State Univ. Press, References [edit | edit source] ↑. After the discovery of gold in California inan even larger group of people set out on the overland trails for California. Whether traveling to Oregon or California, the emigrants found that overland travel was difficult and filled with danger.

The pioneers and their animals were worn out at the end of their journey. Native American Heritage Month Booklist. NATIVE. Native American Wisdom: A Spiritual Tradition at One with Nature Shoshonean Peoples and the Overland Trails: Frontiers of the Utah Superintendency of Indian Affairs, by Darren Parry.

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He was a man who not only lived part of his life with the Shoshone Indians but rode for the Pony Express. Wilson, Wyoming is named after him. This book contains many photos and is illustrated with drawings by F. N. s: 1.