Tag: Utah

Clearing the Land and Making all Indians Good: The Massacre at Bear River, Utah

Ethnohistory Research, LLC | David G. Lewis, PhD , October 29th, 2018


  In 1863, the California Volunteers under Colonel Patrick E. Connor (3rd Volunteer Regiment, California Cavalry), massacred either 300 or three thousand Ute (Shoshone) Indians in Cash Valley…


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Trump’s cuts to national monuments are an assault on our humanity – fight them

Holly Norton , December 6th, 2017


Reducing Utah’s national monuments is not simply about economics, archeology, ecology or grazing. The degradation of our public lands is a degradation of our humanity Monday, 4 December,…


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Trump’s cuts to national monuments are an assault on our humanity – fight them

Holly Norton , December 6th, 2017


Reducing Utah’s national monuments is not simply about economics, archeology, ecology or grazing. The degradation of our public lands is a degradation of our humanity Monday, 4 December,…


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Dear President Obama: Protect Bears Ears

Anne Kelsey , February 8th, 2016


My first backpacking trip in south-central Utah at age 14 was a defining moment. Some earth science teachers took my classmates and me to San Rafael Swell for…


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