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The pioneer (Utah)

  • Pioneer (Sons of Utah Pioneers)
  • Pioneer magazine
  • UTPI
Serial /Serial with Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : National Society of the Sons of Utah Pioneers, 1966-
v.
05541859
Began with vol. 13, no. 1; Jan./Feb. 1966 -

Notes

Indexed in the Utah, FamilySearch, Early Church Information File, 1830-1900. To view the index online, click here.

Quarterly, 1990-.

Bimonthly, 1968-1989.

The National Society of the Sons of Utah Pioneers was organized for the purpose of keeping alive the history and memory of those who came to the Salt Lake Valley to help settle the West and find security from those who would destroy them and their beliefs. We are nonpolitical and nonsectarian. We welcome anyone who is desirous of forwarding this work. We learn through activities, including social gatherings, monthly meetings and dinners, treks, our annual encampment, our annual seminar, our annual historical seminar, plus the use of our large Research Library and Family History Center. The National Society of the Sons of Utah Pioneers honors early and modern-day pioneers for their faith in God, devotion to family, loyalty to church and country, hard work, service to others, courage in adversity, personal integrity, and unyielding determination. The Sons of Utah Pioneers is an educational historical, benevolent, and social society intended to: Develop and promote cordial association among its members. Foster the spiritual elements of Utah pioneers. Promote good citizenship; the appreciation and the emulation of the ideals and visions of the pioneers. Carry out worthy projects leading to the betterment of the American way of life.

Indexed in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) under UTPI.

Library missing: July/Aug. 1982; Vol. 26, no. 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5; Vol. 28, no. 4; winter 2002; winter 2003.

Library has withdrawn the following copies v. 28 no. 2 (Mar-Apr 1981) - v. 37 no. 6 (Nov-Dec 1990).

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