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Mormon Land Interview with Professor McDannell

Colleen McDannell discusses her new book "Sister Saints" and the history of Mormon women, with the Salt Lake Tribune

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Professor Paul Reeve discusses the Bear River Massacre, and why hardly anyone knows about it

On January 29, 1863, the U.S. Army killed most of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone at a place called Bear River, yet hardly anyone knows it happened.

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Colleagues honor Professor Bradley J. Parker at 2019 American Archaeology Conference

From Households to Empires: Papers Presented in Honor of Bradley J. Parker

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Mormon Land Interview with Professor McDannell

Colleen McDannell discusses her new book "Sister Saints" and the history of Mormon women, with the Salt Lake Tribune

Read more

Professor Paul Reeve discusses the Bear River Massacre, and why hardly anyone knows about it

On January 29, 1863, the U.S. Army killed most of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone at a place called Bear River, yet hardly anyone knows it happened.

Read more

Colleagues honor Professor Bradley J. Parker at 2019 American Archaeology Conference

From Households to Empires: Papers Presented in Honor of Bradley J. Parker

Read more

Mormon Land Interview with Professor McDannell

Colleen McDannell discusses her new book "Sister Saints" and the history of Mormon women, with the Salt Lake Tribune

Read more

Professor Paul Reeve discusses the Bear River Massacre, and why hardly anyone knows about it

On January 29, 1863, the U.S. Army killed most of the Northwestern Band of the Shoshone at a place called Bear River, yet hardly anyone knows it happened.

Read more

Colleagues honor Professor Bradley J. Parker at 2019 American Archaeology Conference

From Households to Empires: Papers Presented in Honor of Bradley J. Parker

Read more

Last Updated: 2/19/19