Milas Edgar Johnson autobiography
Scope and Contents
Typewritten excerpts of an autobiography. Johnson was born while his parents were migrating to Utah. He lived in numerous places including Fountain Green and Huntington, Utah. He states that he knew Black Hawk, recounts incidents with Ute Indians during the Black Hawk War, served as postmaster in Huntington, and was elected to the Utah state senate. The item was edited by family members who removed some material.
- Johnson, Milas Edgar, 1851-1933 (Person)
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Utah postmaster and politician.
1 item (63 p.)(0.08 linear ft.)
Language of Materials
19th Century Western and Mormon Manuscripts.
- Black Hawk War (Utah), 1865-1872
- City and Town Life
- Fountain Green (Utah) -- History -- Sources
- Home and Family
- Huntington (Utah) -- History -- Sources
- Johnson, Milas Edgar, 1851-1933
- Mormons -- Utah -- Fountain Green -- History -- Sources
- Mormons -- Utah -- Huntington -- History
- Politicians -- Utah -- Huntington -- History
- Postal service -- Utah -- Huntington -- Postmasters -- History -- Sources
- Social Life and Customs
- Ute Indians -- History
- Register of Autobiography
- Benjamin Sipes
- 2011 April 12
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- Finding aid written in English in Latin script.
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