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 …

Utah Had Hollywood Style Western Gunfights

Becky Bartholomew History Blazer, March 1996 Utah Territory had its share of bona fide, shoot-em-up gunfights. In 1890, for instance, Price was as surprised as lawman Jack Watson when Watson was gunned down in broad daylight on its main street. He had had a colorful career. As a Confederate soldier he sustained a wound to the instep that gave him …

Tabby-To-Kwanah, Man of Peace

Lyndia Carter History Blazer, April 1996 In the quiet solemnity of the Heber City cemetery stands a simple sandstone marker bearing the initials T. T. A huge pine tree towers over the grave, shadowing the burial place of Tom Tabby, son of Tabby-To-Kwanah, a chief of the Ute Indians who lived at the reservation in the Uinta Basin in 1867. …