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SCA979p2524-Ep38-FdA-011-013.pdf
"True Bear Story as told by Frank Clark, Malad, Idaho," undated. Typed.
SCALJAHAMSS01Ser07Bx048Fd09.pdf
Contains newspaper articles about Old Ephraim: "Around Flickering Campfires: A Story;" "[Old] Ephraim was [a] character and a gentleman: the last of the Wasatch grizzlies was the most legendary of all;" "Here's the story of Old Ephraim by the man who…
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A photograph of sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, 1939.
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A photograph of sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, 1939.
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A photograph of sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, 1939.
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A photograph of sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, 1939.
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A photograph of sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, 1939.
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A photograph of sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, 1939.
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A photograph of sheep grazing in Franklin Basin, 1939.
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A photograph of sheep grazing in spruce and fire environment in Cache National Forest, ca. 1938.
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A photograph of sheep grazing in spruce and fire environment in Cache National Forest, ca. 1938.
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A photograph of overgrazed land in Blacksmith Fork Canyon, April 19, 1938.
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A photograph of overgrazed land in Blacksmith Fork Canyon, April 19, 1938.
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A photograph of overgrazed land in Blacksmith Fork Canyon, April 19, 1938.
SCAMSS0491Bx007Vol02-105-120.pdf
"General Range Conditions" Annual Grazing Report for Cache National Forest, November 12, 1910. Excerpt from "History of Cache National Forest, Volume 2" compiled by Ralph B. Roberts, District Forest Ranger.
SCAMSS0491Bx007Vol02-081-086.pdf
"The Cache Grazing Resources," the third article in the series "Know Your Forest News Stories," 1927. This copy is from "History of Cache National Forest, Volume 2" compiled by Ralph B. Roberts, District Forest Ranger in 1968. This excerpt describes…
SCAMSS0491Bx002Fd19Item024.pdf
An excerpt from "A Legacy of Monuments" written by Nephi J. Bott, 1973. This excerpt describes the history of the Old Ephraim monument and the folk song associated with it.
SCAFOLK008USUBx035-1986-31-Item21.pdf
A brochure from American Savings explaining the Legend of Old Ephraim.
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A photograph of a statue of Old Ephraim in front of American Savings in Logan, 1986.
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A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.
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A folk song of the legend of Old Ephraim.
SCA979p2524-Ep38-FdF-044-057.pdf
Chapter about the legend of Old Ephraim from "The Western Folklore Conference: Selected Papers (Monograph Series)" collected by Austin E. Fife.
SCA979p2524-Ep38-FdC-001.pdf
Old Ephraim folk song, August 15, 1966. The song is a parody of "Ye Elder's Of Israel," a traditional hymn from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This song was sung at the dedication of Old Ephraim's monument on September 21, 1966.
SCAUA-18c17Bx003Fd10a.pdf
Letter from Frank Clark to Forest Service, November 16, 1922. describing Frank Clark's sheep casualties and losses for the summer of 1922. Letter also mentions other range problems such as overgrazing and "pocket squirrels." Clark also mentions…
SCAMSS0491Bx007Vol01-074-086.pdf
"Ground Cover and Grazing in Cache National Forest." Excerpt from "History of Cache National Forest, Volume 1." Compiled by Ralph B. Roberts, District Forest Ranger in 1968. This excerpt describes the history grazing in the Bear River range during…
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The Intermountain Inter-Tribal School logo created by Navajo artist John Huskett on the side of the school's auditorium.
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The graduating class of 1966
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A baseball game on Intermountain campus
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Intermountain athletes in Peach Days parade
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A mural salvaged from the Intermountain Indian School buildings
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Naatsiilid the student literary journal of Intermountain School
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A collection of student poems
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Boys in the dorms ironing their clothing
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Logo for Intermountain Inter-Tribal School
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Intermountain Indian School's auditorium.
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Run-down buildings of Intermountain Indian School, after it was abandoned.
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Students gather on campus to visit.
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Students walking through a popular campus meeting place.
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Picture of the ruined mural from the Intermountain School
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Picture of the ruined mural from the Intermountain School
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The metal box containing the mural
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A well-known Intermountain Indian School mural
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Intermountain alumni paint the "I" during a reunion
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A class ring from the Intermountain Indian School in Brigham City, Utah
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Track and field athletes from Intermountain display their trophy.
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A group of Intermountain Inter-Tribal students gather for an event at the school
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Nativity scene with Native American clothing and other native elements
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Female Intermountain Indian School students playing basketball
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Winter view of the President's house looking southeast from below the brow of Old Main Hill, ca. 1950s.
MCL-NEWSHeraldJournal-1949-06-16.pdf
A newspaper article highlighting the opening events of the Summer Festival Series held by USAC in Logan, Utah during the summer of 1949. The article was written by Marion Nielsen and published on June 6, 1949 in the Herald Journal.