Men leading pack expedition up sandstone path

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Title Men leading pack expedition up sandstone path
Photo Number p0194n01_01_05
Description Original caption: "Mormon dugways," said one old pioneer, "Were something like the cowboys beefsteak. Just done enough to eat raw!"; This collection contains photographs taken by a group in the 1940s of the Hole-in-the-Rock area of southern Utah where Mormon settlers lowered their wagons over a precipice of rock in a narrow crack in the canyon rim during 1879-1880. The Mormon settlers were part of the San Juan mission to homestead in Bluff, Colorado.The route was used for several years.
Subject Mormon pioneers; Trails
Spatial Coverage Hole-in-the-Rock, Kane County, Utah, United States, 37.25431, -110.89622
Collection Number and Name P0194 Hole-in-the-Rock Photograph Collection
Collection Name Hole-in-the-Rock
Date 1939
Type Image
Finding Aid
ARK ark:/87278/s62v7jkn
Setname uum_map
Date Created 2020-03-27
Date Modified 2020-04-13
ID 1534100
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