Mormons -- Cache Valley (Utah and Idaho) -- History
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Cache Valley's west side
Photocopy of a typewritten speech "delivered by Mrs. Marybelle Pike before the Cache Valley Historical Society" 23 March 1955. Pike talks about the history of the west side of Cache Valley, Utah, including its early settlement. She presents anecdotes and data on several towns including Weston, Clifton, and Oxford in Idaho and Clarkston and Cornish, Utah.
Lecture series collection
Recordings of lectures given September 22, and November 3, 1982; and January 19, and March 9, 1983. Subjects discussed includeed Mormonism and secularization; the Utah Territorial Militia; the influence of Mormonism in Colonia Dublan, Chiuahua, Mexico; and the settlement of Cache and Weber valleys, Utah.
M. Monroe letter to Bishop William B. Preston
Includes one handwritten letter from M. Monroe of Clifton, Oneida County, Idaho, to Bishop William B. Preston discussing the distribution and repayment of tithing funds in the late 19th century.