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UUAP 033: The Activities of Jacob Hamblin in the Region of the Colorado

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Copyright: 1958
Trim: 7.5 x 10
Pages: 43

PAPER
978-1-60781-063-6
$17.00

UUAP 033: The Activities of Jacob Hamblin in the Region of the Colorado

University of Utah Anthropological Paper 33

Leland Hargrave Creer

University of Utah Anthropological Papers

Jesse D. Jennings

Anthropology

Also known as "Glen Canyon Series Number 4." This volume contains the history of Jacob Hamblin, an Indian missionary for the Mormon Church, who was born in 1819 and spent considerable time in the Glen Canyon region.

The Anthropological Papers series is published on-demand on the Espresso Book Machine at the J. Willard Marriott Library of the University of Utah. No returns will be accepted.


Table of Contents:

1. Early Life
• Birth and Ancestry
• From Nauvoo to Salt Lake City
• Life in Tooele Valley

2. The Southern Mission
• Fort Harmony
• Settlements on the Tonaquint
• Spanish-Mexican Indian Slave Trade

3. Visits to the Moquis
• First Expedition
• Second Expedition
• Third Expedition
• Fourth Expedition
• Fifth Expedition
• Sixth Expedition
• Seventh Expedition

4. The Founding of Kanab

5. Assistant to Major John Wesley Powell

6. Peacemaker Among the Navaho
• Navaho Unrest
• Treaty of Fort Defiance
• Chief Tuba Visits Utah
• The Grass Valley Massacre

7. Explorations South of the Colorado
• Emigrant Guide
• Exploration of the Little Colorado

8. Settlement in Arizona: Retrospect
• Hamblin Moves to Arizona
• Tributes

Bibliography

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