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Master of Science (MS)
F. Ross Peterson
Daniel J. McInerney
Making extensive use of oral interviews with the surviving children, this thesis is an biography of Oscar and Emma Swett and their children, who lived on a homestead in Greendale, Utah, (near Flaming Gorge Reservoir) from 1909 to 1970. The family is representative of a group of families who moved to Greendale and engaged in small-scale cattle ranching. The introduction of new technology changed their lifestyles and homestead economics, while simultaneously Greendale evolved from a rural agricultural environment to become part of a National Recreation Area.
Swedin, Eric G., "The Swett Homestead: An Oral History 1909-1970" (1991). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 7206.
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