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Utah Studies Collection of History Pictures (Under Construction)

Please, be patient, it may take a few seconds to download all the (more than 200) pictures.  Some of the pictures are property of the Utah State Historical Society

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Fremont Culture Ute Culture Dine Culture Trappers
Forts Explorers American Indians Utah Environment
Ancestral Puebloan Culture (Anazasi) Dominguez and Escalante Expedition
Pioneer Village AMiners Spanish Trail Black Hawk War

Resources:

This collection is property of the UB-TAH Project and can be use with educational purposes. Please, feel free on using these pictures. (This page is still in construction and subject to corrections)
Pictures were taken by: Kent Oviatt, Vernal Junior High, Chris Oviatt, LaPoint Elementary, Anita Price, Roosevelt Middle School, and Antonio Arce, UB-TAH Project.  Some pictures were provided by Mariah Cuch, from the Ute Tribe Newspaper. Other pictures were obtained from the Utah Historical Society, the Uintah County Regional History Center, the University of Utah and other entities

Special Thanks to our lecturers during the UB-TAH Summer Fieldtrip 2007:

- John Barton
, USU Uintah Basin Senior Lecturer. History of Utah, U.S. History
- Jon Moris, USU Uintah Basin Professor, Anthropology
- Venita Taveapont, Ute Tribe Education Department, Ute Cultural and Language Specialist

Disclaimer: All the pictures are Educational Material/Non-Commercial
       
FREMONT CULTURE:
FREMONT CULTURE:
 
       
       
       
       
       
UTE CULTURE:
UTE CULTURE:
 
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
DINÉ CULTURE:
DINÉ OR NAVAJO CULTURE:
 
       

Monument Valley

Female Hogan

Female Hogan

Female Hogan
       

Male Hogan

Male Hogan

Dine Man

Dine Woman
       

Dine Woman

Dine Woman

Fry Bread

Dancing
       

Monument Valley

Sheep Rock

Mexican Hat

Four Corners
       

Female Hogan

Female Hogan

Learning Weaving

Learning Weaving
       

Weaving

Weaving

Weaving

Weaving
       
TRAPPERS
TRAPPERS:
 

 


Jedediah Smith

James Bridger

Etienne Provost

James Baker
       

Kit Karson

Peter Ogden

James Beckwourth
       

Capt. Bonneville

Father Desmet

John C. Fremont

Short Biography
       

Etienne Provost

Washakie Chief (Native)

Peter Ogden

Short Biography
       
EXPLORERS:
EXPLORERS AND PIONEERS:
 
       

Ute People in 1847

Utah Explorers

Mormon Colonization

Western Expansion
       

Brigham Young

John C. Fremont

John Wesley Powell

Pioneers and Indians
       

Mormon "Exodus"

Pioneers

Pioneers

Pioneers
       

Pioneers

Pioneers

Pioneers

Pioneers
       
       
       
       
FORTS:
FORTS:
 

 


Cove Fort

Cove Fort

Cove Fort

Cove Fort
       

Cove Fort

Cove Fort

Cove Fort

Cove Fort
       

Cove Fort

Cove Fort

Cove Fort

Cove Fort
       

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre
       

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre
       

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre
       

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre

Fort Uncompahgre
       
AMERICAN INDIANS:
AMERICAN INDIANS:
 

 

       
       
       
       
PIONEER VILLAGE, COLORADO:
PIONEER VILLAGE (Pictures from New Mexico and Utah): Utah Pioneer Link
 
       

Aztec Museum, NM

Log Cabin

Pioneer Town

Pioneer Street
       

Police Magistrate

Police Magistrate

Pioneer School

Pioneer School
       

Pioneer Church

Pioneer Church

Pioneer Blacksmith

Pioneer Blacksmith
       

Pioneer Bank

Pioneer Bank

Pioneer Jail

Pioneer Jail
       

Sheriff Office

Pioneer Cabin

Pioneer Cabin

Restroom
       

Pioneer Store

Pioneer Store

Train

Train
       

Pioneer Doctor Office

Pioneer Dentist Office

Pioneer Carriage

Pioneer Carriage
       

UT Pioneer Handcart

Pioneer Cooking

Candy Maker
More Pictures in
Utah Pioneer
here
       
UTAH, ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT:
UTAH, COLORADO, ARIZONA AND NEW MEXICO ENVIRONMENT:
 
       
       
       
       
ANCESTRAL PUEBLOANS (MESA VERDE):
ANCESTRAL PUEBLOANS (MESA VERDE):
 
       
       
       
 
ANCESTRAL PUEBLOANS (AZTEC RUINS):
 
       
       
       
       
 
ANCESTRAL PUEBLOANS (EDGE OF THE CEDARS):
 
       
       
       
       
DOMINGUEZ ND ESCALANTE EXPEDITION:
DOMINGUEZ ND ESCALANTE EXPEDITION:
 
       
       
       
       
       

Spanish Trail, CO

Spanish Trail, CO

Spanish Trail

Spanish Trail, CO
       

Spanish Trail, CO

Spanish Trail, CO

Spanish Trail, CO

Dominguez & Escalante
       
MINING:
MINING:
 
       
       

Mine

Mine

Coal City, UT

Eureka, UT
       

Frisco, UT

Gold Hill, UT

Gold Spring, UT

Crafton, UT
       

Iron Town, UT

Mutual, UT

Royal, UT

Silver City, UT
       
BLACK HAWK WAR, 1865:
BLACK HAWK WAR, 1865:
 
       
       
Please, be aware that the Black War was in 1865 and the statue is historically inaccurate.
Ute "Battle" 3-D Maps
       
SPANISH TRAIL, COLORADO:
SPANISH TRAIL, COLORADO:
 
       
       
 
       
 

If you need information about the UB-TAH the address is: 

UB-TAH, USU Uintah Basin Extension
987 East Lagoon (124-9)
Roosevelt, Utah 84066
E-Mail: Antonio Arce, Project Coordinator
Phone: (435) 722-1736

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