Where Two Lines Raced To Drive The Last Spike In Transcontinental Track
The truth is still emerging about the mass murder of more than 100 California-bound emigrants in Utah in 1857, and about the role of leaders of the Mormon Church in the atrocity.
Retracing the Pioneer Trail in Mormon Utah
Discovering a giant in the family
Much has changed in Utah since World War II, but outside of the metropolitan center in the Salt Lake Valley, the addiction to rural simplicity and the idea of home is still strong.
Saltair, the stately pleasure dome that used to rise out of the waters of Great Salt Lake, was the Coney Island of the West.
The Utah Photographs of George Edward Anderson
From Poverty and Persecution to Prosperity and Power