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Green River (Wyo.-Utah) -- History

 Subject
Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

An act authorizing Thomas Moore to erect a ferry on Green River

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS SC 1903
Scope and Contents Original proclamation endorsed by Willard Richards, W. W. Phelps, and Brigham Young. The document is an act authorizing Thomas Moore to erect a ferry on the Green River. The act discusses the fares that would be charged for its use. The document also states the penalty for running unauthorized ferries.
Dates: 1852

Barbara Baldwin Ekker papers and newsclippings

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197230313014]
Identifier: MSS SC 1548
Scope and Contents Typed papers and photocopies of newspaper articles about the history of people and places in southeastern Utah. Also included is a copy of the Autumn 1977 issue of the "Quarterly of the National Association and Center for Outlaw and Lawman History".
Dates: 1974-1977

Green River [Utah] bridge from west and south side, 1900 May 24

 Item — Box 1: Series 1 [Barcode: 31197221961193]
Identifier: MSS P 3289 Series 1 Item 91
Scope and Contents A photograph of the reconstruction of old RGW bridge 224A across the Green River, Utah. The view is from downstream on the west bank.
Dates: 1900 May 24

Green River [Utah] bridge, looking from east, 1900 May 23

 Item — Box 1: Series 1 [Barcode: 31197221961193]
Identifier: MSS P 3289 Series 1 Item 93
Scope and Contents A photograph of the reconstruction of A-span through Pratt Truss Bridge on the RGW Railroad across the Green River, Utah. This photograph shows the brick supports that go into the river.
Dates: 1900 May 23

Green River [Utah] bridge, R. G. W., from north looking east, 1900 March

 Item — Box 1: Series 1 [Barcode: 31197221961193]
Identifier: MSS P 3289 Series 1 Item 90
Scope and Contents A photograph of the eastern three spans of the R.G.W. bridge over the Green River at the time of reconstruction March 1900. Irrigation plant is on the east bank downstream in the distance.
Dates: 1900 March