Notes

Notes
1
C. F. McGlashan, History of the Donner Party (Stanford: Stanford Univ. Press, 1954)
West from Fort Bridger, ed. by J. Roderic Korns (Salt Lake City: Utah State Hist. Soc., 1951).
2
T. H. Jefferson's Map of the Emigrant Road from Independ- ence Missouri to St. Francisco California (New York, 1849); reprinted, 1945, by Calif. Hist. Soc., with "Accompaniment," ed. by George R. Stewart.
Utah Hist. Quart., XIX (1951).
3
"The Journal of Edwin Bryant," Utah Hist. Quart., XIX (1951) [hereafter cited as Bryant], 86.
5
Bryant, loc. cit.
Ibid., note 61.
6
West from Fort Bridger (note 1 above)
Korns points out: "No wagon, it is safe to assume, was ever taken anywhere in the Great Salt Lake Country save upon paths already beaten out by the red men," pp. 2-3.
Mrs. Irene Paden, author of Prairie Schooner Detours (New York, 1949), etc.
7
Bryant, p. 87.
8
"The Journal of Heinrich Lienhard," Utah Hist. Quart., XIX (1951), 146.
9
Bryant, p. 89.
Ibid.
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