History of Spanish Fork
Tullidge's Quarterly Magazine
April, July 1884
Issues no. 2 and 3. Includes biographical sketches on A. K. Thurber, Bishop George Dixon Snell, Bishop William Pace, Colonel Stephen Markham, Bishop John L. Butler, Jens Hansen, James Anderson, William Creer, Silas Hillman, John Moore, Thomas C. Martele, Councilor George G. Hales, Alderman Andrew Ferguson, and William Rodger Jones; also contains accounts of Spanish Fork's founding, Scandinavian emigrants, episodes of Indian Wars, notes of general history, the east bench canal, theatrical performances, first public buildings, mills, first co-operative mercantile institution, and the shoe factory.
Butler, John L.
Thurber, Albert K.
Performing arts, theater
Native Americans, wars and battles
Spanish Fork, Utah
Snell, George Dixon
Martele, Thomas C.
Jones, William R.
Hales, George G.
Anderson, James H.
A Frontier Life : Jacob Hamblin, Explorer and Indian Missionary
Mormon Convert, Mormon Defector : A Scottish Immigrant in the American West, 1848-1861
One Side By Himself : The Life and Times of Lewis Barney 1808-1894
Playing with Shadows : Voices of Dissent in the Mormon West
The Tintic War of 1856 : A Study of Several Conflicts
Wakara Meets the Mormons, 1848-52 : A Case Study in Native American Accommodation