Cottonwood uranium mining oral histories, 1970-2002 PDF
- United States. Bureau of Land Management
- Cottonwood uranium mining oral histories
- 1970-2002 (inclusive)19702002
- 1 box, (0.5 linear feet)
- Collection Number
- The Cottonwood uranium mining oral histories (1970-2002) are composed of transcripts from a project sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management and USDA Forest Service.
- University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections.
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
- Access Restrictions
Twenty-four hour advanced notice encouraged. Materials must be used on-site. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law.
Historical NoteReturn to Top
Background information on this oral history project could not be found.
Content DescriptionReturn to Top
The Cottonwood uranium mining oral histories (1970-2002) are composed of oral history transcripts from a project sponsored by the Bureau of Land Management and USDA Forest Service. They are arranged alphabetically. A name index is included, although it does list names for which there are no transcripts. Also included is a cd containing the interview transcripts, articles, and photographs.
Use of the CollectionReturn to Top
The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.
Initial Citation: Cottonwood uranium mining oral histories, ACCN 2016, Box [ ]. Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott Library. Salt Lake City, Utah.
Following Citations: ACCN 2016.
Administrative InformationReturn to Top
Names and SubjectsReturn to Top
- Subject Terms :
- Mines and mineral resources--Utah--History--Sources
- Uranium mines and mining--Utah--History --Sources