Studies in Mormon History

Results 1–15 of 15 for: subjects:"U.S. government, Indian policy"
Title Authors Publication Date Publication Type Cited By Count Citation Count
Utah's Black Hawk War Peterson, John A. 1999 Book 37
Brigham Young and Mormon Indian Policies : The Formative Period, 1836-1851 Coates, Lawrence G. 1978 Journal Article 13 14
Garland Hurt, the American Friend of the Utahs Bigler, David L. 1994 Journal Article 13 5
Contested Space : Mormons, Navajos, and Hopis in the Colonization of Tuba City Smallcanyon, Corey 2010 Dissertation 5
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' Indian Student Placement Service : A History Riggs, Lynette A. 2008 Dissertation 4
The Mormons and the Office of Indian Affairs : The Conflict Over Winter Quarters, 1846-1848 Trennert, Robert A., Jr. 1972 Journal Article 4
The Federal Government and Its Policies Regarding the Frontier Era of Utah Territory, 1850-1877 Haynes, Alan E. 1968 Dissertation 3
George Catlin, Brigham Young, and the Plains Indians Coates, Lawrence G. 1976 Journal Article 3
The Federal Indian Policy in Utah, 1848-1865 Byrne, Laura L. 1919 Dissertation 2
Mormons, Indians, and Gentiles and Utah's Black Hawk War Peterson, John A. 1993 Dissertation 2
The Unwanted Indians : The Southern Utes in Southeastern Utah Thompson, Gregory C. 1981 Journal Article 2 1
A "Distinction Between Mormons and Americans" : Mormon Indian Missionaries, Federal Indian Policy, and the Utah War Rogers, Brent M. 2014 Journal Article 1 39
The Replevied Present : San Juan County, the Southern Utes, and What Might Have Been, 1894-1895 McPherson, Robert S. 2011 Journal Article 1 1
Garland Hurt, the American Friend of the Utahs Bigler, David L. 2015 Book Chapter 10
The Uncompahgre Reservation and the Hill Creek Extension MacKay, Kathryn L. 2015 Journal Article 1
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