Look-UpsThis project and all of the UTGenWeb and USGenWeb projects would not exist without the efforts of volunteers. There are many ways to volunteer, for more information please visit the USGenWeb Volunteer Information page.
Do you have genealogical materials such as books and newspapers, or live in the Uintah County area and would be you willing to visit a local cemetery to take photos of gravestones, or visit a local historical society to gather information for researchers? Please consider having your name and contact information added here, contact the Coordinator.
Please note that all USGenWeb Project volunteers are expected to follow copyright laws. Please limit requests to 1 or 2 names and whether the volunteers find information on your ancestor or not, don't forget to thank them for their time.
|Volunteer Name & Email||Date Added||Offer of Assistance Description|
|Lori Reynolds Weinstein firstname.lastname@example.org||06.14.2015||Builders of Uintah: A Centennial History of Uintah County 1872-1947 compiled by the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers of Uintah County (1947). Includes biographies and some photos of the early settlers of the Ashley Valley and the surrounding areas. There is a general history of each town in Uintah County. Copies allowed!|
|Lori Reynolds Weinstein email@example.com||06.14.2015||Tales From the High Country: Stories from Uintah County, Utah by the Uintah County Historical Society (1980). A collection of stories about the Uintah Basin and it's people (lookups on basic info, no book copies allowed)|
|Lori Reynolds Weinstein firstname.lastname@example.org||06.14.2015||Buckskin Entrepreneur: Antoine Robidoux and the Fur Trade of the Uintah Basin 1824-1844 by John D. Barton (1996). History of the fur trade, trading posts and forts built in the Uintah Basin. (lookups on basic info, no book copies allowed)|