Latter-day Saints, Mormons, Civil War Saints, Indians, Native Americans, Utah Territory, Brigham Young, Patrick Edward Connor, Bear River Massacre, Indian reservations, Utes, Shoshones, Snakes, treaties, Washakee
A discussion of native American (Indian) relations in Utah Territory during the Civil War, including the differing policies of Mormon president Brigham Young and U.S. Army commander Colonel Patrick Edward Connor, the January 1863 Bear River Massacre (called the Battle of Bear River at that time), Indian superintendents, treaties, and reservations.
Original Publication Citation
Kenneth L. Alford, “Indian Relations in Utah during the Civil War,” in Civil War Saints, Kenneth L. Alford, ed. (Provo, Utah: BYU Religious Studies Center and Deseret Book, 2012), 203–225.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Alford, Kenneth L. Ph.D., "Indian Relations in Utah during the Civil War" (2012). Faculty Publications. 1702.
BYU Religious Studies Center and Deseret Book
Church History and Doctrine
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