Earl E. Olson speech, 1963 PDF
- Olson, Earl E.
- Earl E. Olson speech
- 1963 (inclusive)19631963
- 0.25 linear feet
- Collection Number
- MS 0320
- The Earl E. Olson speech (1963) is titled "Mormon Colonization in Southern Utah." The speech was addressed to a University of Utah history class on 19 June 1963. Olson was a past librarian and archivist of the LDS Church.
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Historical NoteReturn to Top
Earl E. Olson was a librarian and archivist for the LDS Church. Further biographical information could not be found.
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The Earl E. Olson speech (1963) is titled "Mormon Colonization in Southern Utah." The speech was addressed to a University of Utah history class on 19 June 1963 and is organized by missions and drainages. Olson outlines the settlement of four main drainages: the Virgin River, the Paria-Escalante, the San Juan, and the Little Colorado River.
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- Mormon Church--History--19th century
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