Studies in Mormon History

Results 1–12 of 12 for: subjects:"Natural resources"
Title Authors Publication Date Publication Type Cited By Count Citation Count
Utah : Her Cities, Towns and Resources Manly & Litteral, Publishers 1891 Book 3
The Cattle Industry of Utah 1850-1900: An Historical Profile Walker, Don D. 1964 Journal Article 2
Salt Lake City : A Sketch of Utah's Wonderful Resources Forhan, M. J. 1888 Book 1
Getting Along: The Significance of Cooperation in the Development of Zion National Park Hinton, Wayne K. 2000 Journal Article 1
Al Scorup: Cattleman of the Canyons Lambert, Neal E. 1964 Journal Article 1
"For the Strength of the Hills": Casting a Concrete Zion Andersen, Rebecca 2019 Book Chapter 34
"The People Cannot Conquer the River": Mormons and Water in the Arid Southwest, 1865-1938 Frehner, Brian 2019 Book Chapter 14
Before the Boom: Mormons, Livestock, and Stewardship, 1847-1870 Nichols, Jeffrey 2019 Book Chapter 50
The "Lion of the Lord" and the Land: Brigham Young's Environmental Ethic Dant, Sara 2019 Book Chapter 30
Attitudes Toward Water Resource Development, Use, and Control and the Rural-urban Diffferential in the Bear River Basin Gillings, James Lane 2009 Dissertation
Natural Resource Utilization Peterson, Charles S. 1978 Book Chapter
Electrification of Utah 1880 to 1915 Dastrup, Boyd L. 1976 Dissertation
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