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    • Nature's Second Course: Water Culture in the Mormon Communities of Cache Valley, Utah, 1860-1916

    • Nature's Second Course: Water Culture in the Mormon Communities of Cache Valley, Utah, 1860-1916 by Kathryn T. Morse. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Arts in History, Utah State University,...
    • Canals--Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--History; Canals--Utah--History; Water rights--Utah--Cache County--History; Water resources development--Utah--History; Mormons--Utah--Social life and customs; Logan River (Utah)--Water rights;
    • Albert F. Potter diary

    • Transcription of the diary of Albert F. Potter, former associate chief of the U.S. Forest Service, describing his activities to survey possible forest reserves in Utah, (beginning with the Cache County area), and noting the conditions of Utah...
    • Potter, Albert F. (Albert Franklin), 1859-1944; Cache National Forest (Utah and Idaho)--History; Forest reserves--Utah--History; Grazing--Utah--History; Forests and forestry--Utah--History;
    • History of Timber Resource Use in the Development of Cache Valley, Utah

    • A History of Timber Resource Use in the Development of Cache Valley, Utah by Douglas M. Bird. A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Master of Science in Wildland Resources, Utah State University, Logan,...
    • Timber--Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho); Sawmills--Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho); Cache County (Utah)--History; Franklin County (Idaho)--History;
    • Capitol Creek Valley_Awards sm

    • "The owners of this property, ranching and open-lands enthusiasts, felt strongly that the home should not impose itself on the surrounding environment, but rather emerge from it in an organic and respectful manner. The home, set on a topographic...
    • Residential architecture; Landscape architecture
    • Wildcat Ranch-award_cutsheet

    • "Through a collective vision of the client, landscape architects, consultant team and the public, the 6,800-acre Wildcat Ranch was planned to redefine the legacy of land in the American West, preserve significant threatened land in perpetuity and...
    • Landscape architecture; Regional Planning;
    • San Luis Valley Trails RMP

    • The San Luis Valley is pressured by rapidly increasing growth and tourism. To offset the effects of unplanned development and capitalize on tourism opportunities, the valley’s six counties collaborated with public and private groups to commission a...
    • Regional Planning;
    • Various papers commenting on the Logan Canyon construction project, 1994

    • Various papers commenting on the Logan Canyon construction project, 1994. Included: Citizens for a Safe and Scenic Logan Canyon summary of UDOT plan of action and Conservationist plan of action, time filing lawsuit under NEPA, and comments on Logan...
    • Traffic engineering; Roadside improvement--Utah--Logan Canyon; Logan Canyon (Utah);
    • Flathead County Master Plan

    • "Growth has happened so rapidly that it has outstripped the resources of county government and made the county’s 15-year-old Master Plan ineffective. Flathead has involved thousands of residents, including members of the business community,...
    • Regional Planning; Resorts; Real estate development
    • Ted Seeholzer interview, 19 November 2008, and transcription;

    • Ted Seeholzer is the owner of the Beaver Mountain ski area in Logan Canyon and talks about the history of Beaver Mountain (which has been owned by his family since its inception), and his varying roles with the ski resort – beginning in childhood....
    • Seeholzer, Ted, 1932---Interviews; Seeholzer, Ted, 1932---Family; Seeholzer, Ted, 1932---Career in the Ski Industry; Beaver Mountain Ski Resort (Logan Canyon, Utah)--History; Beaver Mountain (Utah); Fishing--Utah--Logan River; Hunting--Cache Valley...
    • Buzzer 1947

    • Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
    • Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
    • Beautiful Logan and Cache Valley : home of Jim Bridger's mountain men;

    • Promotional travel brochure by the Cache Chamber of Commerce that discusses several attractions for visitors to see when they come to Cache Valley, Logan Canyon, and Bear Lake. Sponsored by the Cache County Commission, the Logan City Commission,...
    • Logan (Utah)--Description and travel; Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--Description and travel; Cache County (Utah)--Description and travel; Place marketing--Utah--Cache County; Place marketing--Utah--Logan Canyon;
    • Ted Kindred interview, 13 August 2008, and transcription;

    • Mr. Kindred talks living in Logan Canyon at Beirdneau, his work with Thiokol as an engineer, his family activities up Logan Canyon, and his local history efforts.;
    • Kindred, Theodore J., 1918---Interviews; Kindred, Theodore J., 1918---Family; Kindred, Theodore J., 1918---Career in Consulting; Logan Canyon (Utah); Saint Anne's Retreat (Logan Canyon, Utah); Beirdneau (Logan Canyon, Utah); Vacation...
    • William D. Hurst Daily Files September 1964

    • Daily Files of William D. Hurst, covering September 1964
    • Hurst, William D. (William Daly); Forest rangers--Utah--Records and correspondence; Forest rangers--Rocky Mountains Region--Records and correspondence; United States. Forest Service--Officials and employees--Records and correspondence
    • Buzzer 1958

    • Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
    • Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
    • William D. Hurst Daily Files December 1965

    • Daily Files of William D. Hurst, covering December 1965
    • Hurst, William D. (William Daly); Forest rangers--Utah--Records and correspondence; Forest rangers--Rocky Mountains Region--Records and correspondence; United States. Forest Service--Officials and employees--Records and correspondence
    • William D. Hurst Daily Files November 1965

    • Daily Files of William D. Hurst, covering November 1965
    • Hurst, William D. (William Daly); Forest rangers--Utah--Records and correspondence; Forest rangers--Rocky Mountains Region--Records and correspondence; United States. Forest Service--Officials and employees--Records and correspondence
    • William D. Hurst Daily Files June 1963

    • Daily Files of William D. Hurst, covering June 1963
    • Hurst, William D. (William Daly); Forest rangers--Utah--Records and correspondence; Forest rangers--Rocky Mountains Region--Records and correspondence; United States. Forest Service--Officials and employees--Records and correspondence
    • Boyd Udy interview

    • Mr. Boyd Udy is the cow boss and ranch manager at the ATK ranch in northern Utah. He talks about his current duties, his past occupations over the years, and ranching in general. Interviewed by Randy Williams on May 12, 2011 at the ATK Ranch in...
    • Udy, Boyd--Interviews; Ranching.; Ranch managers; Ranchers; Horseshoers; Blacksmiths; Horse farms; Pasture, Right of; Pastures—Irrigation; Swine; Rodeo; Leatherwork; Saddlery; Haying equipment; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Livestock brands; Animal...
    • Ameya Preserve Cutsheets

    • "Upon purchasing 11,000 acres in Montana’s Paradise Valley, Greenfield Financial Group engaged Design Workshop to aid in the development of a master plan consistent with their vision of a conservation-based, vibrant second home community. Abundant...
    • Resorts; Real estate development
    • Ya He Ma Interview, May 28, 2015

    • Ya He Ma, a Burmese Muslim refugee from the Mae Sot Thailand refugee camp talks about living and working in Mae Sot, violence in the camp, applying for immigration to the United States, arrival in Salt Lake City, Utah, working with caseworkers and...
    • Ya He Ma, Ka Ma Din, Har Be Bar, Maung Maung, Fareda, family, refugee, Burmese Muslim, Burmese, Muslim, Burma, Myanmar, violence, Thai camp, Thai refugee camp, Mae Sot immigration, Cache Valley, JBS Miller, Logan, immigrant housing, home,...
    • Claudia Wines interview

    • Claudia Wines talks about her life growing up on a ranch, on being a ranch wife, as well as being a teacher in rural Nevada. She also talks about the Northeastern Nevada Museum, of which she is currently Director. Interviewed by Randy Williams on...
    • Wines, Claudia--Interviews; Rancher's spouses; Education, Rural.; Northeastern Nevada Museum; Ranch life.; Rural schools.; 4-H Youth Development Program (U.S.); Future Farmers of America; Rodeos; Pasture, Right of; Environmentalists.;
    • Scott Johnson interview

    • Mr. Johnson talks about growing up in the Bear Lake area, and growing up on a ranch. He talks about issues with dividing the ranch among the family, as well as issues the family face with their property and state acquisition. Mr. Johnson talks...
    • Johnson, Scott Nebeker--Interviews; Ranching; Ranch managers; Dairy farming.; Eggs—Production.; Haying equipment; Farm equipment.; Pastures—Irrigation; Pasture, Right of; Right of property.;
    • Chris Chambers Interview

    • Mr. Chris Chambers is a brand inspector, and he discusses his duties as such, as well as briefly speaking about branding and livestock laws in Utah. Interviewed by Randy Williams on December 12, 2011 at the Chambers residence in Smithfield, Utah....
    • Chambers, Chris--Interviews; Dairy farming; Dairy farms; Ranching; Livestock brands; Cattle stealing;
    • Yolanda Bates interview 1, July 6, 2007

    • Yolanda Mendiola Bates talks about her childhood in Mexico, her parent’s divorce and her father’s remarriage, being raised by her grandmother and aunts and her relationship with her brothers. She talks about competitive swimming, including...
    • Hispanic Americans; Swimming; Immigration & culture;
    • Brent Rose interview

    • Mr. Brent Rose talks about his history and ancestry in ranching and his family ranch. He talks about growing up in Park Valley, community events in Park Valley, his various leadership roles and positions within his local community, as well as the...
    • Rose, Brent--Interviews; Ranchers; Ranching; Ranch Managers; Range management.; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Haying equipment; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Horses--Breeding; Leatherwork.; Saddlery.; Migrant labor.; Peru; Livestock brands;
    • Commons Text-Awards

    • "Streets for the Commons Neighborhood will be the critical ties between the new development and neighboring downtown Denver. Design Workshop prepared design plans that establish a hierarchy of seven street types within The Commons Neighborhood. ...
    • Landscape architecture; Urban renewal; Streetscapes (Urban design)
    • Dennis D. Austin interview, 18 February 2009, and transcription;

    • Dennis Austin discusses his career in the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources and all the time in the field he spent and his role and opinions on various policies involved; he also talks about his role in influencing and teaching land owners about...
    • Austin, Dennis D.--Interviews; Biologists--Utah--Interviews; Austin, Dennis D.--Career in Wildlife Research; Utah. Division of Wildlife Resources--Officials and employees; Utah State University--Research; Range management--Research; Research and...
    • Kyaw Eh interview, May 16, 2015

    • Kyaw Eh describes his life in Karen State, Burma. Along with his time in a refugee camp in Thailand, how he came to the U.S., the languages that he speaks, his family, and life here in Cache Valley, Utah.
    • Karen State, Burma, Refugee camp, Immigration, Family, Languages, School
    • Taos Ski Valley cutsheets

    • "Since 1999, Design Workshop has worked with Taos Ski Valley, Inc. to explore development opportunities for a 40-acre land parcel located adjacent to the ski base area and jointly owned by Taos Ski Valley and the Burroughs Family Trust. Throughout...
    • Regional Planning; Marketing
    • Ena Murillo interview June 27, 2007

    • Ena Murillo talks about the difficult life in El Salvador during the civil war, her studies and job as a nurse, her move to the United States and her warm feelings towards Cache Valley. She talks about going back to school to become a nurse...
    • Families; Immigration & culture; Hispanic Americans;
    • Buzzer 1941

    • Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
    • Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
    • Drainage System Inventory Summary

    • Working Paper: Drainage System Inventory Summary, Bear River Basin Idaho, Utah, Wyoming, June 1977. Made as part of the Bear River Basin Cooperative Study, this report presents results of a reconnaissance level inventory of drainage districts,...
    • Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho); Drainage districts--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Maps; Drainage--Bear River Watershed (Utah-Idaho)--Maps
    • "B" County Book of the County of Cache, 1878-1891

    • Meeting minutes of county officials for Cache County, Utah spanning 1878 to 1891. Minutes document all offical business for the county including establishing of school and irrigation districts, building roads, bridges, and county facilities,...
    • Maughan, Peter, 1811-1871; Preston, William Bowker, b. 1830; Cache County (Utah) -- Records and correspondence; Cache County (Utah) -- History -- Sources; Logan (Utah) -- History -- Sources; Hyrum (Utah) -- History -- Sources; Paradise (Utah) --...
    • The story of Old Ephraim

    • Story of the death of Old Ephraim, a famous grizzly bear in Logan Canyon, and Frank Clark, the man who killed him, as told by George R. Hill to his grandchildren on Thanksgiving evening 1954.
    • Old Ephraim (Bear) -- Legends; Clark, Frank, 1879-1960; Grizzly bear hunting -- Utah -- Logan Canyon -- Folklore; Grizzly bear -- Cache National Forest (Utah and Idaho) -- History -- 20th century; Grizzly bear -- Utah -- Logan Canyon -- History --...
    • Naming of Logan Canyon;

    • This is the story of Ephraim Logan, a fur trapper thought to be the person after whom the Logan River was named. Voiced by Elaine Thatcher. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History & Lore of Logan Canyon where each podcast is...
    • Logan Canyon (Utah)--Discovery and exploration; Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho)--Discovery and exploration; Logan Canyon (Utah)--Name; Logan, Ephraim; Logan (Utah)--Name; Fur traders--West (U.S.)--History; Fur trade--West (U.S.)--History; Fur...
    • Kelly Kunzler interview

    • Mr. Kelly Kunzler is a fourth-generation rancher in Park Valley, Utah. He discusses his family sheep and cattle ranching operation, as well as his job as a Superior Auction representative. Interviewed by Brad Cole on January 26, 2011 in Park...
    • Kunzler, Kelly--Interviews; Ranching.; Sheepherding; Haying equipment; Migrant labor.; Peru; Sheep dogs;
    • Peter Maughan monument plaque in Logan, Utah, 1986

    • Image is of Peter Maughan monument plaque in the Logan, Utah, Cemetery (1000 North 1200 East). The center of the monument is a bronze plaque with an engraved image of the torso of a man with his arm resting on a stack of books. In the background...
    • Sepulchral monuments--Pictorial works; Cemeteries--Utah--Pictorial works; Mourning customs--Utah--Pictorial works;
    • Yasmeen Pineda interview, November 14, 2012

    • Miss Yasmeen Pineda talks about her parents’ roots in Mexico, and how they came to live in Cache Valley. She discusses her quinceañera and the ways she (with her family) celebrate her Mexican tradition. She talks about her responsibilities in her...
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Education; Immigration & culture;
    • Focus Group interview, November 7, 2012

    • Karen Franco, Alex Pineda, Flor Pacheco, Hector Hernandez, Luis Madrigal, Yasmeen Pineda and Maria R. focus group interview on November 7, 2012. Latino/a students at Mt. Crest High School in Hyrum, Utah, talk about their family, Hispanic heritage,...
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Families; Education; Immigration & culture;
    • María Montalvo interview June 25, 2007

    • Mrs. Maria L. Montalvo talks about her childhood in Veracruz, Mexico, her studies and job as social worker, and how she had a calling from God to be a Pastor (Iglesia De Dios Ebenezer (Church of God Ebenezer). She left her family and country and...
    • Families; Religion; Hispanic Americans;
    • Betty Bear and Paula Bear Wright interview

    • Betty Bear, and her daughter Paula Bear Wright, speak about their experiences ranching in Elko County. They also talk about their acquisition of J.M. Capriola Co. store, saddle making, leather working and other details. Interviewed by Randy...
    • Bear, Betty--Interview; Wright Bear, Paul--Interview; Bear, Paul; Sheepherding; Sheep ranchers; Ranching.; Saddlery; Leatherwork;
    • Craig Holmgren interview

    • Mr. Craig Holmgren speaks about being a rancher, growing up on a ranch, and raising his own family on his ranch. He also discusses some of the different struggles and benefits of ranching today. Interviewed by Randy Williams on May 12, 2011 in the...
    • Holmgren, Craig--Interviews; Haying equipment; Cattle—Feeding and feeds.; Ranching.; Pasture, Right of; Pastures--Irrigation;
    • Interview with Snay Tun on May 19, 2016

    • The interview took place in Snay Tun's family home in Logan. Snay Tun is a young Karen man in his early twenties. The interview occurred on the floor of his living room where we spoke for about an hour regarding his life as a refugee, moving to the...
    • Karen; Refugees; Karen Refugees; Religion; Sports; Takraw; Cache Valley; Cache Valley Refugees; College; School; Utah State; Utah State University; Burma; Thailand; Refugee Camps
    • George and Ruth Parman

    • Cliff Gardner speaks to George and Ruth Parman (via telephone) about their lives ranching in northeastern Nevada. They talk a little about how their families came to be in the area, experiences raising their own family on a ranch, and different...
    • Parman, George--Interviews; Parman, Ruth--Interviews; Horse farms.; Horse trainers; Horses--Training.; Pasture, Right of; Pastures—Irrigation; Ranch Managers; Ranching.; Sheepherding; Predatory animals--Control; Trapping.;
    • Lane Parker interview

    • Mr. Parker talks about his family history in the Cache Valley, as well as in the ranching and livestock business. He discusses his careers and businesses of beef cattle ranching for Country Natural Beef, running an auction house, and horse selling;...
    • Parker, Lane--Interviews; Ranching.; Ranch managers; Range management.; Horses--Breeding.; Cattle--Breeding; Arabian horse.; Auctions.; Auctioneers; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Livestock brands; Animal marking; Haying equipment; Pasture, Right...
    • Hector Hernandez interview, November 13, 2012

    • Mr. Hector Hernandez discusses his move to the United States from Mexico when he was nine years old, and how he adjusted to learning a new language and culture. He talks about his daily life as a teen in Cache Valley, as well as his goals for...
    • Hispanic Americans; Minority high school students; Families; Immigration & culture;
    • Steve and Robin Boies interview

    • Steve and Robin Boies talk about their ranching upbringing, the ownership and history of their ranch, and raising a family in Elko County. They also talk about their collaborative land management group, their philosophy on land management, and the...
    • Boies, Steve--Interviews; Boies, Robin--Interviews; Ranching; Range management; Hay; Alfalfa; Water in agriculture;
    • Buzzer 1944

    • Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
    • Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
    • Jay Dalton interview

    • Jay Dalton talks about ranching on the Dalton Ranch; his current roles in handling yearling operation and the feedlot on the ranch; as well as his musical endeavors. Interviewed by Randy Williams on October 30, 2010 at the Western Folklife Center...
    • Dalton, Jay--Interviews; Pasture, Right of; Ranching.; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Feedlots; Haying equipment;
    • Buzzer 1978

    • Yearbook for Utah State University. Published from 1909-1971 with single issues in 1978 and 1981.
    • Utah State University--History; Utah State University; Utah State Agricultural College; Agricultural College of Utah; Universities and colleges--Utah; Education, Higher--Utah; USU--Student life; USU--Student publications; USU--Faculty and staff;...
    • Ira T. Wines interview

    • Ira T. Wines talks about growing up in a ranching family, in Elko County Nevada, learning by watching his father (and other cowboys) and by doing. He talks about managing the Ellison’s Spanish Ranch and the yearly work cycle. Ira talks about his...
    • Wines, Ira T.--Interviews; Ranching.; Ranchers; Ranch managers; Education, Rural.; Rural schools.; Livestock brands; Animal marking; Pasture animals; Pasture, Right of; Cowboys.; Predatory animals--Control; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Saddlery.;...
    • Jay and Blaine Tanner interview

    • Brothers, Jay and Blaine Tanner, speak about growing up on a ranch in Grouse Creek, Utah; buying their grandfather’s ranch property, and ranching together, with their brother Brent, as adults. Interviewed by Randy Williams on November 8, 2010 at...
    • Tanner, Jay Merlin--Interviews; Tanner, Blaine Kunzler--Interviews; Ranching.; Ranch managers; Ranchers; Feedlots; Cowboys.; Rodeos; Veterinary medicine.; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Pasture, Right of; Pasture animals; Rural schools.; Country...
    • John K. Hansen interview, 12 March 2009, and transcription;

    • Mr. Hansen talks about growing up in Garden City, Utah, and his earliest memories of Logan Canyon; three years in the South Pacific during World War II; 18 years in highway construction with W.W. Clyde and Company over in Springville, Utah;...
    • Hansen, John K., 1924---Interviews; Hansen, John K., 1924---Family; Garden City (Utah)--History; Sheep ranchers--Utah--Garden City; Sheep--Utah--History; Sheepherding--Utah--Rich County; Sheepherding--Utah--Logan Canyon; Ranching--Utah--Garden...
    • Dan Peart interview

    • Mr. Dan Peart talks about his ranching operation, which runs both sheep and cattle. He goes into detail on the annual cycle of sheep ranching, and his processes. He briefly discusses inheriting the ranch, and his concerns for passing it on. He also...
    • Peart, Dan--Interviews; Ranching.; Sheepherding; Haying equipment; Migrant labor. ; Peru; Beef cattle--Cow-calf system; Sheep--Breeding; Sheep dogs; Ranchers; Ranch managers; Ranch management.; Feedlots; Sheep-shearing; Pasture, Right of; Provo...
    • Smoke Signals, Vol. 16, No. 1, November, 1967;

    • Vol. 16, No. 1 issue of Smoke Signals, the Intermountain School newspaper publication;
    • Intermountain School--Periodicals; Intermountain School--Periodicals; Navajo Indians--Utah--Education--Periodicals; Indians of North America--Education--West (U.S.)--Periodicals; Brigham City (Utah)--History; School yearbooks--Utah; Intermountain...
    • Kent and Jenece Howard interview

    • Mr. and Mrs. Howard share their experience over the last several decades ranching in north eastern Nevada. They discuss pioneering new ranching land, Mr. Howard’s innovative allotment rotation for range health, raising a family and other life...
    • Howard, Samuel Kent--Interviews; Howard, Jennie Jeneca McElprang--Interviews; Range management.; Ranching.; Range management.; Airplanes—Equipment and supplies; Horses—Breeding; Cattle stealing; Cattle herding; Cattle—Feeding and feeds—Climatic...
    • Ronald William Goede interviews, 16 & 28 October 2008, and transcriptions;

    • In Ron Goede's first interview he talks about growing up in Nebraska, earning a bachelor's degree from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, joining the Air National Guard in Nebraska, attending Utah State University to earn a Master's Degree in...
    • Goede, Ronald William, 1934---Interviews; Goede, Ronald William, 1934---Family; Goede, Ronald William, 1934---Career in Fisheries; Goede, Ronald William, 1934---Childhood and youth; Fisheries sciences--Research--Utah--Logan River; Fisheries...

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