This report is about the history and culture of Grouse Creek, Utah as it was captured and documented in a cultural survey conducted during July 1985 by a team of folklorists, architectural historians, and historians. The purpose of the survey was...
Material culture -- Utah -- Grouse Creek; Folklore -- Utah -- Grouse Creek; Architecture -- Utah -- Grouse Creek; Historic preservation -- Utah -- Grouse Creek; Grouse Creek (Utah) -- History, Local; Grouse Creek (Utah) -- Social life and customs
Single-story house with diamond-motif shutters is painted in several different shades of green. Low stone walls border front flower beds and the driveway. Photograph taken by Wayland D. Hand. Image has been lightened.
Architecture, Domestic -- Pictorial works; Decoration and ornament, Architectural -- Pictorial works; Stone walls -- Pictorial works
Single-story house has brown geometric designs on its white garage door. Tan ornamental cinder blocks in a fence and porch wall provide both decoration and privacy. Photograph taken by Wayland D. Hand. Image has been lightened.
Single-story, T-shaped stone house with a children's swing set in the yard. For Austin Fife's comments about this and other houses, see Folk Coll 4, FAC Ser. I, Vol. 10.5, no. 899 in the Fife Folklore Archives. Shadow in image has been lightened.
Architecture, Domestic -- Pictorial works; Stone houses -- Pictorial works; Swings -- Pictorial works
The book "Price of Prejudice" by Leonard J. Arrington, was originally published in 1962 and was one of the first historical reports dealing with the internment of Japanese-Americans during WWII. The Topaz Museum, through a grant from the Civil...
Central Utah Relocation Center; Central Utah Relocation Project; Japanese Americans--Evacuation and relocation, 1942-1945; World War, 1939-1945--Evacuation of civilians; Concentration camps--Utah;