Forty-niner in Utah, Index page 226

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Title A Forty-niner in Utah with the Stansbury Exploration of Great Salt Lake: Letters and Jounral of John Hudson, 1848-50
Creator Hudson, John, 1826-1850
Subject Frontier and pioneer life; Letters; Diaries -- Authorship; Mormons
Subject Local Mormons --Utah--Biography; Frontier and pioneer life --Utah; West (U.S.) --Description and travel; Utah --Description and travel
Description John Hudson, artist and writer, chronicles his travels from New York City across the Plains towards California to partake in the Gold Rush. What was to have been a temporary stop in Salt Lake City stretches to sixteen months and includes participation in Captain Howard Stansbury's expedition of the Great Salt Lake.
Publisher Tanner Trust Fund University of Utah Library, Salt Lake City, Utah
Contributors Madsen, Brigham D.; Cooley, Everett L.; Tyler, S. Lyman; Ward, Margery W.
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Language eng
Relation Is part of: Utah, the Mormons, and the West, no. 11
Coverage Time: 1848-50
Rights Management University of Utah, Copyright 2001
Holding Institution J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah.
Source Physical Dimensions 14.75 cm x 23 cm
Source Characteristics Printed Hard Cover Book
Scanning Technician Karen Edge
Metadata Cataloger Kenning Arlitsch; Jan Robertson
ARK ark:/87278/s6v1242x
Topic Mormons; Frontier and pioneer life; United States, West; Utah; Letters; Diaries--Authorship
Setname uum_ttb
Date Created 2005-04-20
Date Modified 2011-04-07
ID 327931
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Title Forty-niner in Utah, Index page 226
Description Index vey, 137, 137 n. 31; quit employ of Howard Stansbury, 155-56,156 n. 72 Tesson, Antoine, member of Stansbury Survey, 167 n. 92 Stansbury, Howard, encouraged Mormons to attack Indians, 79 n. 19; difficulty with James Blake, 80-81 n. 21; instruc- tions regarding survey, 113-14; bio- graphical information, 114, 193-94; accident, 115; left Fort Leavenworth, 115; reached Fort Bridger, 116; recon- noitered cutoff from Bridger to the Hum- boldt River, 116; attitude toward Mor- mons, 117, 123; explored route from head of Great Salt Lake to Fort Hall, 117; examined Cache Valley, 118; reconnoitered western side of Great Salt Lake, 118-21; noted evidence of larger body of water of which Great Salt Lake was remnant, 123-24; constructed boat to navigate Great Salt Lake, 129-30 n. 8; transferred stock from Tooele Valley to Antelope Island, 136 n. 26; relationship with workers on survey, 150 n. 62, 161 n. 82, 166 n. 91; left Salt Lake City, 192; second circumnavigation of Great Salt Lake, 192 n. 155; route of expedition's return east, 193; see also Great Salt Lake and Stansbury Survey S tansbury Island, descriptions, 184-85 n. 137, 185-86, 189-90; see also Great Salt Lake Stansbury Survey, James Blake left, 80 n. 21; John Hudson employed by, 93; map of campsites on Great Salt Lake, 112; reasons for, 113-14; account of beginnings of, 113-25; met Indians, 94, 147-48, 148 n. 57, 178-79, 178-79 n. 121; cook quits employ, 155-56, 156 n. 71; chaining of lake completed, 189, 189 n. 150; survey completed and report published, 192-94; see aZso Great Salt Lake and Stansbury, Howard Steamboat, sketch, 21; description, 21-22; description of travel, 51 n. 16, 52-53, 53 n.18, 56,58 Thanksgiving, holiday established, 20, 20 n. 27; description of holiday, 22-23 Thurston, George, drove cattle to Antelope Island, 128 n. 4 Tooele Valley, settled, 179 n. 122 Trails, description of "Emigrant Road from California," 157 n. 74 Turner, Mary Ann, first teacher at Firt Utah, 78 n. 18 Turret Rock, see Great Salt Lake Twenty-fourth of July Celebration, de- scription 1849 and 1850,99,99-100 n. 9 Tyng, Stephen Higginson, churchman, 17, 17 n. 22 U United States, business conditions, 1848-49 47, 47 n. 9 University of Deseret, see Deseret, Univer- sity of University of Utah, see Utah, University of Utah, Fort, see Fort Utah Utah, University of, University of Deseret name changed to, 86 n. 30 Utah, crops in 1849 and 1850, 72-73 n. 12; granted territorial status, 85 n. 27 V Vanrance, Guard, 42?' member of Colony Vaughn, John M., settled in Sanpete Valley with John Hudson, 103, 105, 107; brief account of life in Utah 103 n. 11; attended John Hudson when he died, 105; opinion of character of, 107; accused of adultery, 107 n. 16; shot by Madison D. Hamble- ton, 108, 108 n. 18; account of affair with Mrs. Hambleton, 108 n. 18 Strong's Knob, named, 171-72 n. 102, 174, 174 n. 109; description, 176-77,176 n. 14; see also Great Salt Lake Stump, Old Father, drove cattle to Ante- lope Island, 128 n. 4 Sturges Richard Ford Company, 60 n. 27 MI Walkara (Walker), U te Indian chief reques- ted colonists be sent to Utah Valley, 78 n. 18; requested colonists be sent to San- pete Valley, 102 n. 10; baptized into the Mormon church, 102 n. 10 Sutter, John A., gold discovered at saw- mill of, 31 n. 37 T Tappan, L., businessman, 12,12 n. 16 Taylor, Zachary, ran for president and won, 18 n. 25 Ward, Margery W., acknowledgment, xvii Warm Springs, see Wasatch Hot Springs Warner, John E., wrote letter telling of John Hudson's death, 105-6; sketch of life as settler in Sanpete, 106 n. 15 Wasatch Hot Springs, description, 83-84, 84 n. 25 226
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Source A Forty-niner in Utah with the Stansbury Exploration of Great Salt Lake: Letters and Journal of John Hudson, 1848-50
Setname uum_ttb
Date Created 2005-04-14
Date Modified 2005-04-14
ID 327897
Reference URL