Ethnic Cultures. Selected Bibliography

African American
Bringhurst, Newell G. “An Ambiguous Decision: The Implementation of Mormon Priesthood Denial for the Black Man — A Reexamination,” UHQ 46 (1975): 45-64.

Clark, Michael J. U.S. Army Pioneers: Black Soldiers in Nineteenth-Century Utah. Salt Lake City, 1981.

________. “Improbable Ambassadors: Black Soldiers at Fort Douglas, 1869-99,” UHQ (1978): 282-301.

Coleman, Ronald G. “The Buffalo Soldiers: Guardians of the Uintah Frontier, 1886-1901,” UHQ (1979): 421-439.

________. “A History of Blacks in Utah, 1825-1910.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utah, 1980.

Davis, France A. Light in the Midst of Zion. A History of Black Baptists in Utah 1892-1996. Salt Lake City, 1997.

Embry, Jessie L. Black Saints in a White Church: Contemporary African American Mormons. Salt Lake City, 1994.

Gerlach, Larry R. Blazing Crosses in Zion: The Ku Klux Klan in Utah. Logan, Utah, 1982.

Lythgoe, Dennis L.”Negro Slavery in Utah,” UHQ 39 (1971): 40-54.

Murphy, Miriam B. “The Black Baseball Heroes of ’09,” Beehive History 7 (1981): 25-27.

Ramjoue, George. “The Negro in Utah: A Geographical Study in Population,” M.A. thesis, University of Utah, 1968.

Wilson, William A. and Poulsen, Richard C. “The Curse of Cain and Other Stories: Blacks in Mormon Folklore.” Sunstone 5-6 (Nov.-Dec. 1980): 9-13.

American Indians

Albers, Patricia C., and James, William R. “Utah’s Indians and Popular Photography in the American West: A View from the Picture Post Card,” Utah Historical Quarterly (hereafter cited UHQ) 52 (1984): 72-91.

Allen, James B., and Warner, Ted J. “The Gosiute Indians in Pioneer Utah,” UHQ 39 (1971): 162-177.

Alley, John R., Jr. “Prelude to Dispossession: The Fur Trade’s Significance for the Northern Utes and Southern Paiutes,” UHQ 50 (1982): 104-123.

Alter, J. Cecil. “Some Useful Early Indian References,” UHQ 1 (1928): 26-32, 52-56.

. “The Mormons and the Indians,” UHQ 12 (1944): 49-67.

Butler, Janet G. “Ute Music and the Bear Dance,” Beehive History 5 (1979): 11-12.

Christy, Howard A. “Open Hand and Mailed Fist: Mormon-Indian Relations in Utah, 1847-52,” UHQ 46 (1978): 216

Conetah, Fred A. A History of the Northern Ute People. MacKay, Kathryn L. and O’Neil, Floyd A., ed. Ft. Duchesne [?], Utah, ca. 1982.

Correll, J. Lee. “Navajo Frontiers in Utah and Troublous Times in Monument Valley,” UHQ 39 (1971): 145-161.

Crampton, C. Gregory. “Indian Country,” UHQ 39 (1971): 90-94.

Crum, Steven J. Po’i Pentun Tammen Kimmappeh. The Road on Which We Came. A History of the Western Shoshone. Salt Lake City, 1994.

Delany, Robert W. “The Southern Utes A Century Ago,” UHQ 39 (1971): 114-128.

Farrow, E. A. “The Kiabab [sic] Indians,” UHQ 3 (1930): 57-59.

Fowler, Catherine and Don D. “Notes on the History of the Southern Paiutes and Western Shoshonis,” UHQ 39 (1971):95-113.

Fuller, Craig W. “Land Rush in Zion: Opening of the Uncompahgre and Uintah Indian Reservations.” Ph.D. dissertation, Brigham Young University, 1990.

Grattan-Aiello, Carolyn. “Senator Arthur V. Watkins and the Termination of Utah’s Southern Paiute Indians,” UHQ 63 (1995): 268-283.

Gruenwald, Kim M. “American Indians and the Public School System: A Case Study of the Northern Utes,” UHQ 64 (1996): 246-263.

Heaton, John W. “?No Place to Pitch Their Teepees’: Shoshone Adaptation to Mormon Settlers in Cache Valley, 1855-70,” UHQ 63 (1995): 158-171.

Holt, Ronald L. Beneath These Red Cliffs: An Ethnology of the Utah Paiutes. Albuquerque, New Mexico, 1992.

Lyman, June, and Denver, Norma, comp. Ute People: An Historical Study. O’Neil, Floyd A. and Sylvester, John D., ed. Salt Lake City, 1970.

McPherson, Robert S. The Northern Navajo Frontier, 1860-1900: Expansion through Adversity. Albuquerque, 1988.

________. “Navajos, Mormons, and Henry L. Mitchell: Cauldron of Conflict on the San Juan,” UHQ 55 (1987): 50-65.

. “Canyons, Cows, and Conflict: A Native American History of Montezuma Canyon, 1874-1933.” UHQ 60 (1992): 238-258.

Madsen, Brigham D. The Shoshoni Frontier and the Bear River Massacre. Salt Lake City, 1985.

Madsen, David B. Exploring the Fremont. Salt Lake City, 1989.

Malouf, Carling I. The Gosiute Indians. Salt Lake City, 1950.

________. “A Study of the Gosiute Indians in Utah,” M.A. thesis, University of Utah, 1940.

________, and Smith, Elmer R. “Some Gosiute Mythological Characters and Concepts,” Utah Humanities Review 1(1947): 369-377.

Metcalf, R. Warren. “Lambs of Sacrifice: Termination, the Mixed-Blood Utes, and the Problem of Indian Identity,” UHQ 64 (1996): 322-343.

Nelson, Ann Elizabeth. “Dwellers in the Cedar Bark: The Indian Art of Utah,” in Cannon, Hal, ed. Utah Folk Art: A Catalog of Material Culture. Provo, Utah, 1980.

O’Neil, Floyd A. Ute People: An Historical Study, Salt Lake City, 1969.

________. ed. The Southern Utes: A Tribal History. Ignacio, Colorado, c. 1972.

________, and MacKay, Kathryn L. A History of the Uintah-Ouray Ute Lands. Salt Lake City, 1979 (American West Center Occasional Papers).

________. “An Anguished Odyssey: The Flight of the Utes, 1906-1908,” UHQ 36 (1968): 315-327.

. “The Reluctant Suzerainty: The Uintah and Ouray Reservation,” UHQ 39 (1971): 129-144.

________. “A History of the Ute Indians of Utah Until 1890,” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utah, 1973.

Palmer, William R. “Indian Names in Utah Geography,” UHQ 1 (1928): 5-26.

________. “Utah Indians, Past and Present.” UHQ 1 (1928): 35-52.

________. “The Pahute Fire Legend,” UHQ 6 (1933): 62-64.

________. “Pahute Indian Homelands,” UHQ 6 (1933): 88-102.

________. “Pahute Indian Medicine,” UHQ 10 (1942): 1-13.

Peterson, Charles S. “The Hopis and the Mormons, 1858-1873,” UHQ 39 (1971): 179-193.

Reagan, Albert B. “Chipeta, Queen of the Utes, and Her Equally Illustrious Husband, Noted Chief Ouray,” UHQ 6 (1933): 103-110.

________. “Some Notes on the Religion of the Indians,” Proceedings of the Utah Academy of Sciences, Arts and Letters 14 (1937): 1-15.

Schroedl, Alan R. “The Archaic Inhabitants of the Northern Colorado Plateau,” UHQ 47 (1979): 344-360.

Steward, Julian H. Basin-Plateau Aboriginal Sociopolitical Groups. Washington, D.C., 1938.

Stewart, Omer C. “Ute Indians: Before and After White Contact,” UHQ 34 (1966): 38-61.

Thompson, Gregory C. Southern Ute Lands, 1848-1899: The Creation of a Reservation. Durango, Colorado, 1972.

________. “The Unwanted Indians: The Southern Utes in Southeastern Utah,” UHQ 49 (1981): 1890-203.

Toelken, Barre. “A Circular World: The Vision of Navajo Crafts,” Parabola 1 (1976): 30-37.

________. “The Pretty Languages of Yellowman: Genre, Mode, and Texture in Navajo Coyote Narratives,” in Ben-Amos, Dan, ed. Folklore Genres. Austin, Texas, 1976.

________. “See with the Native Eye: ‘How Many Sheep Will It Hold?'” in Capps, Walter, ed. Seeing with the Native Eye. New York, 1976.

________. “The Demands of Harmony: An Appreciation of Navajo Relations,” Parabola 2 (1977): 74-81.

________. “Life and Death in the Navajo Coyote Tales,” in Swann, Brian and Krupat, Arnold, ed. Recovering the Word: Essays on Native American Literature. Berkeley, California, 1987.

________, and Scott, Tacheeni. “Poetic Retranslation and the ‘Pretty Languages’ of Yellowman,” in Droeber, Karl, ed. Traditional American Indian Literatures. Lincoln, Nebraska, 1981.

Uintah-Ouray Ute Tribe. Stories of Our Ancestors: A Collection of Northern-Ute Indian Tales. [Place of publication unknown], 1974.

Walker, Ronald W. “Native Women on the Utah Frontier,” BYU Studies 32 (Fall 1992): 87-124.

Winkler, Albert. “The Ute Mode of War in the Conflict of 1865-68.” UHQ 60 (1992): 300-318.

Wood, David L. “Gosiute-Shoshone Draft Resistance, 1917-18,” UHQ 49 (1981): 173-188.

Young, Karl E. “Red Magic,” in Cheney, Thomas E. ed., Lore of Faith and Folly. Salt Lake City, 1971.

________. “Sun Dance at Whiterocks, 1919,” UHQ 40 (1972): 233-241.


Arrington, Leonard J. The Price of Prejudice. The Japanese-American Relocation Center in Utah During World War II. Logan, 1962.

Conley, Angela Chan. “The Social Problems of the Chinese in Salt Lake City,” M.S. thesis, University of Utah, 1973.

Daniels, Roger, Taylor, Sandra C., and Kitano, Harry H. L., eds. Japanese Americans: From Relocation to Redress. Salt Lake City, 1986.

Kraus, George. “Chinese Laborers and the Construction of the Central Pacific,” UHQ 37 (1969): 41-57.

Liestman, Daniel. “Utah’s Chinatowns: The Development and Decline of Extinct Ethnic Enclaves,” UHQ 64 (1996): 70-95.

Nagata, Ted, ed. Japanese Americans in Utah. Salt Lake City, 1996.

Nagler, Joerg A. “Enemy Aliens and Internment in World War I: Alvo Von Alvensleben in Fort Douglas, Utah, a Case Study,” UHQ 58 (1990): 388-405.

Smith, John S.H. “Japanese Farmers in Utah,” Beehive History 2 (1976): 22-23.

Taylor, Sandra C. Jewel of the Desert: Japanese American Internment at Topaz. Berkeley, California, 1993.

________. “Japanese Americans and Keetley Farms: Utah’s Relocation Colony,” UHQ 54 (1986): 328-345.

________. “Interned at Topaz: Age, Gender, and Family in the Relocation Experience,” UHQ 59 (1991): 380-394.

________. “Leaving the Camps: Japanese American Resettlement in Utah and the Intermountain West,” Pacific Historical Review 60 (1991): 169-194.

Uchido, Yoshiko. Journey to Topaz. A Story of the Japanese-American Evacuation. New York, 1971.

________. “Topaz, City of Dust,” UHQ 48 (1980): 234-243.


Alder, Douglas D. “Fritz Zaugg—Teenage Immigrant,” Beehive History 8 (1982): 10-12. [Beehive History is a publication of the Utah State Historical Society].

________. “Die Auswanderung,” [Germans in Utah], UHQ 52 (1984): 370-388.

Anderson, Arlow William. “The Norwegian-Danish Methodist Mission in Utah,” UHQ 25 (1957): 153-161.

Bolton, Herbert E. Pageant in the Wilderness: The Story of the Escalante Expedition to the Interior Basin, 1776. Salt Lake City, 1972.

Bonar, Linda. “The Influence of the Scots Stonemasons in Beaver, Utah,” Utah Preservation/Restoration 3 (1981): 54-62.

Buchanan, Frederick S. A Good Time Coming: Mormon Letters to Scotland. Salt Lake City, 1988.

________. “Scots Among the Mormons,” UHQ 36(1968): 328-352.

Busco, Ralph A., and Alder, Douglas D. “German and Italian Prisoners of War in Utah and Idaho,” UHQ 39 (1971): 55-72.

Carter, Thomas. “North European Horizontal Log Construction in the Sanpete-Sevier Valleys,” UHQ 52 (1984): 50-71.

________. “The Architecture of Immigration: Documenting Italian-American Vernacular Buildings in Utah and Nevada,” in Taylor, David A. and Williams, John Alexander, ed. Old Ties, New Attachments: Italian-American Folklife in the West. Washington, D.C., 1992.

Cheney, Thomas E. “Scandinavian Immigrant Stories,” Western Folklore 18 (1959): 99-104.

Christensen, James B. “Function and Fun in Utah-Danish Nicknames,” UHQ 39 (1971): 23-29.

Davies, Phillips G., Edited & Translated. “William D. Davies Visits the Welsh in Utah in 1891,” UHQ 49 (1981): 374-387.

De Lucia, Amanda. “Tyrolean-Italian Heritage in West Weber, Utah.” M.A. thesis, University of Utah, 1991.

Dewsnup, Ronald K. “The Waves of Immigration,” [Germans in Utah], UHQ 52 (1984): 347-369.

Douglass, William A., and Bilbao, Jon. Amerikanuak. Basques in the New World. Reno, Nevada, 1975.

Dwyer, Robert J. “The Irish in the Building of the Inter-mountain West,” UHQ 25 (1957): 221-235.

Edison, Carol A. “Custom-Made Gravestones in Early Salt Lake City: The Work of Four English Stonecarvers,” UHQ 56 (1988): 310-330.

Embry, Jessie L. “Little Berlin: Swiss Saints of the Logan Tenth Ward,” UHQ 56 (1988): 222-235.

Fraser, Marianne. “Warm Winters and White Rabbits: Folklore of the Welsh and English Coal Miners,” UHQ 51 (1983): 246-258.

Hales, David A. “The Gypsies are Coming! The Gypsies are Coming!” UHQ 53 (1985): 367-379.

Heimann, Phila. “Life More Sweet Than Bitter,” [Germans in Utah], UHQ 52 (1984): 396-398.

Henrichsen, Kirk. “Pioneer Pottery of Utah and E. C. Henrichsen’s Provo Pottery Company,” UHQ 56 (1988): 360-395.

Jacobs, G. Clell. “The Phantom Pathfinder: Juan Maria Antonio De Rivera and His Expedition,” UHQ 60 (1992): 200-223.

Jensen, Richard L. “Steaming Through: Arrangements for Mormon Emigration from Europe, 1869-1887,” Journal of Mormon History 9 (1982): 3-23.

Koch, Walter. “We All Worked,” [Germans in Utah], UHQ 52 (1984): 393-395.

McDonough, Gerald M. An Improbable Journey: The Life and Times of Eugene Jelesnik. Salt Lake City, 1997.

Mooney, Bernice Mahler. “The Americanization of an Immigrant, the Rev. Msgr. Alfredo F. Giovannoni,” UHQ 60 (1992): 168-186.

Mulder, William. Homeward to Zion: The Mormon Migration from Scandinavia. Minneapolis, 1957.

, ed. “From Haarlem to Hoboken: Pages from a Dutch Mormon Immigrant Diary,” UHQ 64 (1996): 298-321.

________. “Utah’s Ugly Ducklings: A Profile of the Scandinavian Immigrant,” UHQ 23 (1955): 233-259.

Noall, Claire. “Serbian-Austrian Christmas at Highland Boy,” UHQ 33 (1965): 316-325.

Notarianni, Philip F. “The Italian Immigrant in Utah: Nativism, 1900-1925,” M.A. thesis, University of Utah, 1972.

________. “Italian Fraternal Organizations in Utah, 1897-1934,” UHQ 43 (1975): 172-187.

________. “Italian Sausage Making Is a Family Affair,” Beehive History 4 (1978): 10-13.

________. “Utah’s Ellis Island: The Difficult ‘Americanization’ of Carbon County,” UHQ 47 (1979): 178-192.

________. “Tale of Two Towns: The Social Dynamics of Eureka and Helper, Utah.” Ph.D. dissertation, University of Utah, 1980.

________. “The Study of Ethnic Folklore in Utah,” Utah Folklife Newsletter 22, 3 (Fall 1988): 2-7.

________. “Places of Origin: Calabresi in Carbon County, Utah,” in Taylor, David A. and Williams, John Alexander, ed. Old Ties, New Attachments: Italian-American Folklife in the West. Washington, D.C., 1992.

________, and Raspa, Richard. “The Italian Community of Helper, Utah: Its Historic and Folkloric Past and Present,” in Juliani, Richard N., ed. The Family and Community Life of Italian Americans. Staten Island, New York, 1983.

Papanikolas, Helen Z. Toil and Rage in a New Land: The Greek Immigrants in Utah. 2nd ed., reprinted from UHQ 38 (1970).

________. Emily-George. Salt Lake City, 1987.

________. Small Bird Tell Me: Stories of Greek Immigrants in Utah. Athens, Ohio, 1993.

________. The Apple Falls From the Apple Tree, Stories by Helen Papanikolas. Athens, Ohio, 1996.

________, ed. The Peoples of Utah. Salt Lake City, 1976. Fourteen chapters dealing with Utah’s ethnic and cultural groups.

________. “The Fortress and the Prison,” Utah Humanities Review 1 (1947): 134-146.

________. “The Greeks of Carbon County,” UHQ 22 (1954): 143-164.

________. “Life and Labor Among the Immigrants of Bingham Canyon,” UHQ 33 (1965): 289-315.

________. “Greek Folklore in Carbon County,” in Cheney, Thomas E. ed. Lore of Faith and Folly. Salt Lake City, 1971.

________. “The Greek Sheepmen of Utah,” Beehive History 2 (1976): 14-16.

________. “Ethnicity in Mormondom: A Comparison of Immigrant and Mormon Culture,” in Alexander, Thomas G., ed. “Soul-butter and Hog Wash” and other Essays on the American West. Provo, Utah, 1978.

________. “Majerou: The Greek Midwife,” UHQ 38 (1979): 50-60.

________. “Growing Up Greek in Helper, Utah,” UHQ 48 (1980): 244-260.

________. “Wrestling with Death: Greek Immigrant Funeral Customs in Utah,” in UHQ 52 (1984): 29-49.

________. “Bootlegging in Zion: Making and Selling the ‘Good Stuff'” UHQ 53 (1985): 268-291.

________. “Immigrants, Minorities, and the Great War,” UHQ (1990): 351-370.

Pearmain, Irene Stoof. “The Memory Box,” [Germans in Utah], UHQ 52 (1984): 389-392.

Peck, Gunther. “Padrones and Protest: ‘Old’ Radicals and ‘New’ Immigrants in Bingham, Utah, 1905-1912,” The Western Historical Quarterly 24 (1993): 157-178.

Polson, D. Michol. “The Swedes in Grantsville, Utah, 1860-1900,” UHQ 56 (1988): 208-221.

Poulsen, Richard C. “Folk Material Culture of the Sanpete-Sevier Area: Today’s Reflections of a Region’s Past,” UHQ 47 (1979): 130-147.

Powell, Allan Kent. Splinters of a Nation: German Prisoners of War in Utah. Salt Lake City, 1989.

________. “The German-Speaking Immigrant Experience in Utah,” UHQ 52 (1984): 304-346.

________. “Helmut Rimmasch and Salt Lake’s German Community,” Beehive History 11 (1985): 21-26.

________. “Our Cradles Were in Germany: Utah’s German American Community and World War I,” UHQ 58 (1990): 371-387.

Raspa, Richard. “Exotic Foods Among Italian-Americans in Mormon Utah: Food as Nostalgic Enactment of Identity,” in Brown, Linda Keller, and Mussell, Kay, ed. Ethnic and Regional Foodways in the United States. Knoxville, Tennessee, 1984.

Rees, Leslie E. “A Collection and Analysis of Folk Songs from Wales, Sanpete County, Utah.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1966.

Rice, Cynthia. “A Geographic Appraisal of the Acculturation Process of Scandinavians in the Sanpete Valley, Utah, 1850-1900.” M.A. thesis, University of Utah, 1973.

Shepperson, William S. “The Place of the Mormons in the Religious Emigration of Britain, 1840-1860,” UHQ 20 (1952): 207-218.

Siporin, Steve. “Folklife and Survival: Italian-Americans of Carbon County, Utah,” in Taylor, David A. and Williams, John Alexander, ed. Old Ties, New Attachments: Italian-American Folklife in the West. Washington, D.C., 1992.

Stipanovich, Joseph. The South Slavs in Utah: A Social History. San Francisco, 1975.

________. “South Slav Settlement in Utah, 1890-1935,” UHQ 43 (1975): 155-171.

Taylor, Philip A. M. “Why Did British Mormons Emigrate?” UHQ 22 (1954): 249-270.

________. “Mormons and Gentiles on the Atlantic,” UHQ 24 (1956): 195-214.

________. “The Mormon Crossing to the United States, 1840-70,” UHQ 25 (1957): 319-337.

Warner, Ted J., ed. The Dominguez-Escalante Journal. Provo, 1976.

Wilson, William A. “Folklore of Utah’s Little Scandinavia,” UHQ 47 (1979): 148-166.


Benavides, E. Ferol. “The Saints Among the Saints: A Study of Curanderismo in Utah,” UHQ 41 (1973): 373-392.

Edison, Carol A. Hecho en Utah: Una Historia Cultural di las Communidades Hispanas de Utah (Made in Utah: A Cultural History of Utah’s Spanish-Speaking Communities). Salt Lake City, 1992.

Gonzalez, William H., and Padilla, Genaro M. “Monticello, the Hispanic Cultural Gateway to Utah,” UHQ 52 (1984): 9-28.

Mayer, Edward H. “The Evolution of Culture and Tradition in Utah’s Mexican-American Community,” UHQ 49 (1981): 133-144.

Mayer, Vincent V., ed. Utah: A Hispanic History. Salt Lake City, 1975.

Merrill, Jerald H. “Fifty Years With a Future: Salt Lake’s Guadalupe Mission and Parish,” UHQ 40 (1972): 242-264.


Brooks, Juanita. History of Jews in Utah and Idaho. Salt Lake City, 1973.

Cooley, Everett L. “Clarion, Utah, Jewish Colony in Zion,” UHQ 36 (1968): 113-131.

Goldberg, Robert Allan. Back to the Soil: The Jewish Farmers of Clarion, Utah, and Their World. Salt Lake City, 1986.

Watters, Leon Laizer. The Pioneer Jews of Utah. New York, 1952.

Pacific Islanders

Atkin, Dennis H. “A History of Iosepa, the Utah Polynesian Colony.” M.A. thesis, Brigham Young University, 1958.

Panek, Tracey E. “Life at Iosepa, Utah’s Polynesian Colony,” UHQ 60 (1992): 64-77

Poulsen, Richard C. “Polynesians in the Desert: A Look at the Graves of Iosepa,” AFF Word (Arizona Friends of Folklore) 3 (April 1973): 2-15.

“Utah’s Polynesians, Zest for the Islands,” Utah Magazine, Deseret News, 4 December 1983.

Labor and Mining

Costa, Janeen Arnold. “A Struggle for Survival and Identity: Families in the Aftermath of the Castle Gate Mine Disaster,” UHQ 56 (1988): 279-292.

Katsanevas, Michael, Jr. “The Emerging Social Worker and the Distribution of the Castle Gate Relief Fund,” UHQ 50 (1982): 241-254.

Mellinger, Philip J. Race and Labor in Western Copper: The Fight for Equality, 1896-1918. Tucson, Arizona, 1995.

Notarianni, Philip F., ed. Carbon County: Eastern Utah’s Industrialized Island. Salt Lake City, 1981.

________. “Italian Involvement in the 1903-04 Coal Miners’ Strike in Southern Colorado and Utah,” in Pozzeta, George E., ed. Pane E Lavoro: The Italian American Working Class. Toronto, 1980.

________. “Rise to Legitimacy: Frank Bonacci as Union Organizer in Carbon County, Utah,” Rendezvous 19 (1983): 67-74.

________, and Stipanovich, Joseph. “Immigrants, Industry, and Labor Unions: The American West, 1890-1916,” The Journal of Historical Studies 3 (1977): 1-16.

Papanikolas, Helen Z. “Unionism, Communism, and the Great Depression: Carbon County Coal Strike of 1933, UHQ 41 (1973): 254-300.

________. “Utah’s Coal Lands: A Vital Example of How America Became a Great Nation,” UHQ 43 (1975): 104-124.

Powell, Allan Kent. The Next Time We Strike: Labor in Utah’s Coal Fields, 1900-1933. Logan, Utah, 1985.

. “Tragedy at Scofield,” UHQ 41 (1973): 182-219.

________. “The ‘Foreign Element’ and the 1903-4 Carbon County Coal Miners’ Strike,” UHQ 43 (1975): 125-154.

________. “Utah and the Nationwide Coal Miners’ Strike of 1922,” UHQ 45 (1977): 135-157.


Alexander, Thomas G., and Allen, James, B. Mormons & Gentiles: A History of Salt Lake City. Boulder, Colorado, 1984.

Brady, Margaret K. “Ethnic Folklore in Utah: New Perspectives,” UHQ 46 (1984): 3-8.

Campbell, Eugene E. “The M-Factors in Tooele’s History,” UHQ 51 (1983): 272-288.

Cheney, Thomas E., ed. Lore of Faith and Folly. Salt Lake City, 1971.

Dwyer, Robert J. The Gentile Comes to Utah. A Study in Religious and Social Conflict (1862-1890). Rev. 2nd ed. Salt Lake City, 1971.

Hulmston, John K. “Mormon Immigration in the 1860s: The Story of the Church Trains,” UHQ 58 (1990): 32-48.

Janetski, Joel C. “Utah Lake: Its Role in the Prehistory of Utah Valley,” UHQ 58 (1990): 5-31.

Kelen, Leslie G., and Fuller, Sandra T. The Other Utahns: A Photographic Portfolio. Salt Lake City, 1988.

Kelen, Leslie G., and Stone, Eileen Hallet. Missing Stories: An Oral History of Ethnic and Minority Groups in Utah. Salt LakeCity, 1996.

McCormick, John S., and Sillito, John R., eds. A World We Thought We Knew. Readings in Utah History. Salt Lake City, 1995.

Madsen, Brigham D. Corinne: The Gentile Capital of Utah. Salt Lake City, 1980.

May, Dean L. Utah: A People’s History. Salt Lake City, 1987.

Miller, Craig. “Ethnic Organizations and the Maintenance of Tradition,” Utah Folklife Newsletter 20, 1 (1986): 4-5.

Mulder, William. “The Mormons in American History,” UHQ 27 (1959): 58-77.

________. “Through Immigrant Eyes: Utah History at the Grass Roots,” UHQ 22 (1954): 41-55.

Poll, Richard D., Alexander, Thomas G., Campbell, Eugene E., and Miller, David E. Utah’s History. Logan, Utah, 1989. [Various chapters deal with Utah ethnic and cultural groups].

Powell, Allan Kent, ed. Utah History Encyclopedia. Salt Lake City, Utah, 1994.

________, ed. San Juan County, Utah: People, Resources, and History. Salt Lake City, 1983.

Repertory Dance Theatre. Separate Journeys. Program Catalogue. Salt Lake City, 1990.

Simmonds, A. J. The Gentile Comes to Cache Valley: A Study of the Logan Apostates of 1874 and the Establishment of Non-Mormon Churches in Cache Valley, 1873-1913. Logan, Utah, 1976.

Siporin, Steve. “Living Ethnic Traditions,” in “Living Traditions” festival program. Salt Lake City Arts Council, 1987.

________. “Our Way of Life was Very Clear,” Northwest Folklore 8 (1990): 3-18.

Sylvester, John D. and Thompson, Gregory C. Ethnic Oral History. Salt Lake City, 1978 (American West Center Occasional Papers, No. 9).

Ulibarri, Richard O. “Utah’s Ethnic Minorities: A Survey,” UHQ 40 (1972): 210-232.

Whitley, Colleen, ed. Worth Their Salt. Notable but Often Unnoted Women of Utah. Logan, Utah, 1996.