A History of Uintah County: Scratching the Surface
This book covers the settlement of the county including Ute Indians, trappers, traders, and white settlers --both Mormon and non-Mormon-- and examines the growth and development of the area. Uintah County has become well known for its minerals --especially Gilsonite-- and its petroleum resources have brought the economic booms and busts to the area. Tourists now come to take advantage of its recreational opportunities and scenic beauty.
Written by Doris Karren Burton.