Mines and mineral resources -- Utah
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Contains two rare books and six small journals related to Latter Day Saint apostle George Teasdale (1831-1907), his son George Ezra Teasdale (1857-1935), and George Ezra's daughter June Emma Teasdale (1900-1920). Materials include in formation on family and social activities, as well as service in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Materials date from between 1841 and 1929.
Report on Buckley Mine, Provo, Utah, 1907, is six leaves of notes on the Monarch Group of Mining Claims.
Contains two books collected by the Teasdale family: Old Curiosity Shop by Charles Dickens published in 1851, and The Beauties of Shakespeare selected by William Dodd published in 1841. Both of these books were gifted and regifted among various members of the Teasdale family. They contain inscriptions and signatures ranging from 1854-1929 from George Teasdale, George Ezra Teasdale, Emily E. Teasdale, and Frances M. Brown (Emily E. Teasdale's sister).
A valley in Utah which is surrounded by coal, iron and rich minerals which is 220 miles south of Provo City and 380 miles from Los Angeles, California
Typewritten description of the mineral wealth of Southern Utah and an account of why it was not exploited by Brigham Young and the Mormons.