From Mormon Crossing to National ParkBook - 1999
Tells the story of the people of Lee's Ferry, a critical communication and transportation link on the Colorado River for many years. From the first ferry trip in 1872 to the actions of the National Park Service in the 1970s, the author relates the comings and goings of Indian traders, ferry operators, and many others who crossed paths at Lee's Ferry, including Theodore Roosevelt, Joseph Smith, and Buffalo Bill Cody.
Publisher: Logan : Utah State University Press, c1999
Branch Call Number: 979.133 R273L 1999
Characteristics: xvi, 542 p. : ill., maps ; 25 cm