A list of O surnames from the official World War II, Navy Marines and Coast Guard casualty list. Inclusion of names in this Utah World War II Casualty List has been determined solely by the residence of next of kin at the time of notification of the last wartime casualty status. OLSEN, Clyde Harold, Aviation
A list of M surnames from the official World War II, Navy Marines and Coast Guard casualty list. Inclusion of names in this Utah World War II Casualty List has been determined solely by the residence of next of kin at the time of notification of the last wartime casualty status. MADSEN, Keith Terrance, Fireman
A list of C surnames from the official World War II, Navy Marines and Coast Guard casualty list. The following are individuals who listed Utah as their home of record in official records. CAHOON, Douglas Raymond, Lieutenant (jg), USNR. Wife, Mrs. Rhoda Cutler Cahoon, 1460 S. 6th East, Salt Lake City. CALL, Cecil Francis, Boatswain’s
The subject of this sketch is one of the younger men who have achieved brilliant success in the business world of the west, being located in Ontario, where he has an important interest in the Oregon Forwarding Company. one of the largest general merchandise establishments of the eastern part of Oregon, which owes much of
Among the substantial and enterprising citizens of Malheur County is to be mentioned the gentleman whose name is at the head of this article. He is a man of uprightness and has labored here with energy and skill for many years in the endeavor to bring this section into a state of development and also
HON. RICHARD P. BLAND. From poverty and obscurity all the eminent men of the West have fought their way in the battle of life, and by their own persistence and perseverance have attained to prominence and honor. They have given permanency to every enterprise that they have honored with their patronage and have stamped upon
Southern Paiute. In western Utah, northwestern Arizona, southeastern Nevada, and parts of southeastern California. The Southern Paiute belonged to the Ute-Chemehuevi group of the Shoshonean branch of the Ute-Aztecan stock.
Ute Indians. In central and western Colorado and all of eastern Utah, including the eastern part of Salt Lake Valley and Utah Valley and extending into the upper drainage area of the San Juan River in New Mexico.
Bannock Indians. In historic times their main center was in southeastern Idaho, ranging into western Wyoming, between latitude 42° and 45° North and from longitude 113° West eastward to the main chain of the Rocky Mountains. At times they spread well down Snake River, and some were scattered as far north as Salmon River and even into southern Montana.
Northern Shoshoni Indians. The Northern Shoshoni occupied eastern Idaho, except the territory held by the Bannock; western Wyoming; and north-eastern Utah.