4 edition of Miles Goodyear, first citizen of Utah, trapper, trader and California pioneer. found in the catalog.
Miles Goodyear, first citizen of Utah, trapper, trader and California pioneer.
by Priv. print. for the authors by Western Printing Company in Salt Lake City
Written in English
|Statement||By Charles Kelly and Maurice L. Howe.|
|Series||Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 296, no. 2992.|
|Contributions||Howe, Maurice L.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||152,  p.|
|Number of Pages||152|
Miles Goodyear has been called "Utah's First Citizen," but his "citizenship" was short-lived, for after selling out to the Mormons he made another horse-buying trip to California and then became involved in one of the longest stock drives in U.S. history, driving some horses all the way from the California ranchos to St. Joseph, Missouri. Captain James Brown, the first permanent settler and pioneer of Weber County, Utah, was born fifteen miles from Lexington in Davidson County, North Carolina, on the 30th day of September, , and died in Ogden City, Utah on his birthday in the year , being accordingly on the day of .
The Mormon Trail is the 1,mile (2, km) long route from Illinois to Utah that members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints traveled from to Today, the Mormon Trail is a part of the United States National Trails System, known as the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail.. The Mormon Trail extends from Nauvoo, Illinois, which was the principal settlement of the. Robbers and Outlaws. Persons: Beckwith, Frank Goodyear, Miles Morris, Johnston, Philip Korns, J. Roderick Lee, John Doyle, Maguire, Don Morgan, Dale Lowell, Walker, Ute Chief. Places: Colorado River (Colo.-Mexico) Great Salt Lake Desert (Utah) Utah -- .
Confusion originated with the English translation of Pavlov's lectures which clearly used the word "bell" (Pavlov et al., ) to describe one of the stimuli used, a point repeated in Tully. American fur trader and mountain man who built and occupied Fort Buenaventura in what is now the city of Ogden, Utah and sold to the Mormons in John Gunnison (Utah) an American military officer and explorer; explored and surveyed the Valley of the Great Salt Lake as Stansbury's 2nd in command.
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Good / No jacket. Item # #/cc. Ex-libris with standard markings. Covers shelfworn, and faded along edges. Price: $ save 10% $ Item # Miles Morris Goodyear () was an American fur trader and mountain man who built and occupied Fort Buenaventura in what is now the city of Ogden, Utah. A cabin built there by Goodyear, as far as known, is the first permanent house built in Utah.
Goodyear eventually moved to California and engaged in horse-trading and gold mining. Miles Goodyear, First Citizen of Utah, Trapper, Trader and California Pioneer () OCLC The Outlaw Trail: A History of Butch Cassidy and his Wild Bunch () (OCLC )  Kelly also edited several period journals for publication, including that of Mormon pioneer John D.
Lee (), and wrote articles and book reviews related. Miles Goodyear ( - ), who had been many years involved in the Rocky Mountain fur trade, built a post in on the Weber River about two miles above its junction with the Ogden River.
He called it Fort Buenaventura after the mythical river flowing from the Rockies to the Pacific, which had appeared on maps of the West since the map drawn by Miera y Pacheco on the Dominguez.
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KELLY, CHARLES, and MAURICE L. HOWE, Miles Goodyear, First Citizen of Utah, Trapper, Trader and California Pioneer. Salt Lake City, Western Printing Company, McGLASHAN, CHARLES FAYETTE, History of the Donner Party; a Tragedy of the Sierra, With Foreword, Notes and a Bibliography by George H.
Hinkle and Bliss McGlashan Hinkle. Shortly after the first company arrived in the Salt Lake Valley inthe community of Bountiful was established to the north. Inpioneer moved into lands purchased from trapper Miles Goodyear in present-day Ogden. InTooele and Fort Utah in modern-day Provo were founded.
Miles Goodyear. First Citizen of Utah: Trapper, Trader and California Pioneer. Salt Lake City: Western Printing Company, First Edition. Octavo [ cm] Light green cloth with the title gilt stamped on the front board.
Very good. Minor wear to the backstrip. Lacks the jacket. James Bridger. Matthew Despain and Fred R. Gowans Utah History Encyclopedia Jim Bridger. James Bridger was one of the greatest frontiersmen of Utah and American history.
During his lifetime he was a hunter, trapper, trader, Indian fighter, and guide, and one of only a few trappers to remain in the Rockies after the demise of the fur trade.
Originally named Fort Buenaventura, the city of Ogden was the first permanent settlement by people of European descent in the region that is now Utah. It was established by the trapper Miles Goodyear in about a mile west of where downtown Ogden is currently located.
Miles Goodyear, first citizen of Utah, trapper, trader and California pioneer. Salt Lake City: Privately printed by Western Printing Company, Port., pp.-fvii of bibliography, index and acknowledgments.
Lyman, George Dunlap Ralston's ring. California plunders the Comstock Lode. New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, xii+ pp., ills. Some are very docile, and may be taught to be of essential service in driving cattle.” Among the ranches along the route were Lawson’s Rancho (“very little water, and a bad road”), Potter’s Rancho, Yeat’s Rancho, “First Ranchero in California,” etc.
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This cabin, built about by Miles Goodyear, is (as far as is known) the first permanent house built in Utah. This book was followed by Holy Murder, the story of Orrin Porter Rockwell; Old Greenwood, about Mountain Man Caleb Greenwood; Miles Goodyear, trapper and trader in pre-Mormon Utah; and Outlaw Trail, about Butch Cassidy and the Wild Bunch.
In addition to these, Kelly edited several journals for publication, including John D. Lee's, and wrote. Old Greenwood: The Story of Caleb Greenwood - Trapper, Pathfinder, and Early Pioneer (Limited, SI Kelly, Charles and Dale L.
Morgan. Signed by Author(s) 1st Edition. Miles Goodyear: First Citizen of Utah Trader, Trapper and California Pioneer (INSCRIBED) Kelly, Charles and Maurice L. Howe The Book Merchant, LLC. 33 items. A plaque near the Miles Goodyear Cabin reads: Miles Morris Goodyear built this cabin on the lower Weber River as a way station and trading.
The cabin, along with other buildings, became Fort Buenaventura meaning good venture. It was the first permanent settlement in the Utah Territory Goodyear was a trapper, prospector and trader. Free Media Mail shipping in the US on orders $50 or more. Skip to main content.
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