Heber City (Utah) -- History
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Handwritten histories, a newspaper clipping, a biography of Agnes Watson Lindsay (1852-1940), and an autobiography of James Lindsay (1849-1938). James Lindsay was a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints from Scotland. He migrated to Utah in 1862; settled in Heber City, Utah; and participated in the Black Hawk War against the Ute Indians. Some of the materials relate to the mail service in Heber City.
Handwritten autobiography. Kennedy was born in Heber City, Utah. She describes the social life of Heber City, writes about her marriage, and tells about running a cafe. The date of composition is uncertain.
Typed copy of an autobiography in eight pages. Carroll lived in Heber City, Orderville, Grayson, Blanding, and Salt Lake City, Utah. He also lived for several years in Mexico. Also included is a photocopy of a handwritten letter to his children in which Carroll states his faith in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The dates of the composition of these items are uncertain.
Handwritten diaries, newspaper clippings, genealogies, correspondence, and patriarchal blessings. The John Crook papers relates Crook's conversion, emigration to Utah, and major events related to his Church activities and work as a farmer and president of a coal company.
Handwritten station record book for Heber City, Utah, and a ledger book. The items relate to the activities of the railroad in Heber City.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typescript. Forman writes about his youth. He was baptized into the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1851 and migrated to Utah in 1854. He lived in Salt Lake City, Utah Valley, and Heber City, Utah. He was fined for polygamy in 1891. Also included are three biographies of family members written by John Forman in 1932.
Photocopy of a microfilm copy of a typewritten autobiography. Larrabee writes about migrating to Utah in 1862 and about her life in Springville and later in Provo, Utah. She also lived in Heber City, Coalville, and Salt Lake City, Utah. She was employed as a school teacher.
Typewritten and handwritten autobiography reproduced by a mimeograph process. Day tells about her family's difficulties during the Great Depression. Her father lost his farm and once collapsed at work from lack of food. She was married in 1942 and lived in Highland and Heber City, Utah with her husband.