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  • Spatial Coverage is exactly "Logan Canyon (Utah)"

Correspondence from Utah State Automobile Association Manager, W.D. Rishel to Utah State Highway Engineer, K.C. Wright advocating the association's position on how Highway 89 should be routed north of Spanish Fork, Utah.

Mr. Peterson talks about growing up in Hyrum, Utah, his father's ranching and farming operations, working with his families’ sheep ranching operation in Cache National Forest and in Box Elder County. He talks about getting out of the sheep business…

Ted Seeholzer is the owner of the Beaver Mountain ski area in Logan Canyon and talks about the history of Beaver Mountain (which has been owned by his family since its inception), and his varying roles with the ski resort – beginning in childhood.…

Mr. Kindred talks living in Logan Canyon at Beirdneau, his work with Thiokol as an engineer, his family activities up Logan Canyon, and his local history efforts.

The interview contains information on the childhood, education and the career of Dave Baumgartner as a forester, the various positions held within the Forest Service and his views on management. There are many anecdotes from his personal experiences…

The interview includes some personal background information, but mostly discusses John Neuhold's professional life and education. He also talks about his mentors and work in Wisconsin, but mostly his work in Utah, including a project with the Deseret…

Modified map of U.S. Highway 89 through Logan Canyon, Utah, from Logan, Utah, to Bear Lake, Utah and Idaho. Taken from Cache Valley Visitors Bureau's pamphlet entitled "Guide to Logan Canyon : national scenic byway."

One page essay discussing the importance of Logan Canyon to area residents through its many uses and the benefits of collecting oral histories, photographs, and other historic materials that document those interactions.

Disgusted with the deterioration of Logan Canyon, Logan's citizens came together and a Forest Reserve was born. Voiced by Lisa Thompson. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History &amp

In the 1870s, Logan Canyon began to be used for recreation, a novel idea that led to the naming of one of the most well-known areas in the canyon, Tony Grove. Voiced by Elaine Thatcher. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History & …

The legendary conflict between sheepherder Frank Clark and Old Ephraim the giant grizzly bear is one of the most widely-told stories of Logan Canyon. Voiced by David Sidwell. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History and Lore of Logan…

Sheep grazing during the late 1800s led to the deterioration of Logan Canyon. Voiced by Elaine Thatcher. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History and Lore of Logan Canyon where each podcast is linked to a specific site in Logan…

The first two plants to provide electricity to Logan utilized the Logan River, a power struggle over resources and customers ensued. Voiced by Val Grant. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History & Lore of Logan Canyon where each…

This is the story of Ephraim Logan, a fur trapper thought to be the person after whom the Logan River was named. Voiced by Elaine Thatcher. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History & Lore of Logan Canyon where each podcast is linked…

The Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s left a lasting legacy, both nationally and locally, including a well-known landmark in Logan Canyon. Voiced by Elaine Thatcher. Part of the Stokes Nature Center's podcast series History & Lore of Logan…

Logan Canyon, Utah. Canyon road with rock formation on the side of the road. Black and white photograph (8 x 10 in)

Members of Logan Scout Troop 5 sitting on a large log on a wagon up Logan Canyon, Utah. Black and white (2.5 x 4 in.)

Original power plant in Logan Canyon. Black and white negative (4 x 5 in)

Canal in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (3 x 4.5 in)

Wagons on dirt road along the river in Logan Canyon, Utah. Cyanotype photograph (6 x 8 in)

Dirt road leading through Logan Canyon along river. Cyanotype photograph (6 x 8 in)

Hercules Hydro-Power Plant at mouth of Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Logan Scout Troop 5 on a winter hike probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

Logan Canyon, Utah. CCC Camp barracks near Tony Grove - later used as Utah State University's Forestry Field Station Camp- 1930s. Black and white photograph (4.5 x 6.5 in) mounted on board

Logan Canyon, Utah. Canyon road with rock formation on the side of the road. Black and white photograph (10 x 13 in)

Looking up Logan Canyon from Third Dam. Black and white photograph (3 x 4 in)

Girl Scout Lodge in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (3.5 x 5.5 in).

Logan Scout Troop 5 saluting the American Flag at their campsite probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

The Cascade, Logan Canyon. Color postcard, ca. 1935. (3.5 x 5.5 in)

Logan Scout Troop 5 on a sleigh ride probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

Camping. Men gathered around a fire while two are standing next to a car probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white negative (4 x 5 in)

Unidentified member of Logan Scout Troop 5 waist deep in snow up Logan Canyon, Utah. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

USU ROTC, rock climbing photographs in Logan Canyon, one showing Richard Barnes. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Logan Canyon, Utah. Wooden flume carrying water to Utah Power and Light Company Hydro Electric plant at mouth of Logan Canyon, ca. 1908. Black and white photograph (8 x 10 in) mounted on board.

Logan Canyon, Utah. Scenes, pipeline, ca. 1920s. Black and white photograph (6 x 8 in) mounted on board

Utah Power and Light plant at mouth of Logan Canyon - formerly Telluride Power. Black and white photograph (6 x 12 in) mounted on board

Man crossing the river, while snowshoeing in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Logan Canyon, Utah. Views, 1920s. View looking upstream at Utah Power and Light Company power plant near mouth of canyon (1/4 mile). Black and white photograph (6 x 8 in) mounted on board

Logan Scout Troop 5 on a hike probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

Logan Scout Troop 5 camping probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

Two members of Logan Scout Troop 5 with rattlesnakes found while hiking in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

USU ROTC, rock climbing photographs in Logan Canyon, one showing Richard Barnes. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Logan Scout Troop 5 on horses probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

View east shows Telluride Power Company operations at the mouth of Logan Canyon. ca. 1900. Cache D.U.P. Collection. Black and white photograph (8 x 10 in) mounted on board

Logan Scout Troop 5 herding cattle probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

USU ROTC, rock climbing photographs in Logan Canyon, one showing Richard Barnes. Black and white photograph (4 x 5 in)

Logan Scout Troop 5 on a sleigh ride probably in Logan Canyon. Black and white photograph (2.5 x 4 in)

Camping. Man next to tent under "hanging rock" in Logan Canyon, Utah. Black and white negative (4 x 5 in)

Logan Canyon, Utah. Worker's camp, 1930s. Wheeler and England Construction Company camp during building of Logan Canyon Road, U.S. 91. Black and white photograph (4.5 x 7.5 in) mounted on board

Logan River Power Plant. Cyanotype photograph (6 x 8 in)