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The Great Salt Lake
by Dale L. Morgan
foreword by Harold Schindler
University of Utah Press, 2002
Paper: 978-0-87480-478-2
Library of Congress Classification F832.G7M6 1995
Dewey Decimal Classification 979.242

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
After the passage of nearly a half-century, this book remains both one of the most informative and readable general histories of Utah yet written and a tribute to the brilliance of its author, the late Dale Morgan (1914-71).

Approached as history, geography, geology, or high adventure, The Great Salt Lake is fascinating reading. From the first Americans, through mountain men, religious empires, railroads, and resorts, the remnant of ancient Lake Bonneville has been a nexus for human history, uniting a haunting beauty with raw desolation, 'strangely removed from common experience.'

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