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(left) December, 1914 Oregon Short Line Timetable, Westbound trains, Montpelier to Pocatello. This was the main line of the Overland Route of the Union Pacific.

(right) December, 1914 Oregon Short Line Timetable for the Paris and Bear River (Grace) Branches. The Paris branch is now abandoned.

References

  1. Armstrong, F.C., and Oriel, S.S., 1965, Tectonic development of the Idaho-Wyoming thrust belt: American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin, v. 49, p. 1847-1866.

  2. Arrington, L.J., 1974, Charles C. Rich: Mormon General and Western Frontiersman: Provo, Utah, Brigham Young University Press, 386 p.

  3. Evans, J.H., 1936, Charles Coulson Rich: Pioneer Builder of the West: New York, Macmillan Co., 400 p.

  4. Farnworth, Jo Ann, 1993, Montpelier and the Oregon Short Line: Montpelier, Idaho, 85 p.

  5. Haines, Aubrey L., editor, 1965, Osborne Russell's Journal of a Trapper: University of Nebraska Press, Lincoln and London, 191 p.

  6. Hale, L.A., editor, 1967, Anatomy of the Western Phosphate Field: Salt Lake City, Intermountain Association of Geologists, 15th Annual Field Conference Guidebook, 287 p.

  7. Kerns, G.L., and Kerns. R.L., Jr., editors, 1985, Orogenic patterns and stratigraphy of north-central Utah and southeastern Idaho: Utah Geological Association Publication 14, 329 p.

  8. Mansfield, G.R., 1927, Geography, geology and mineral resources of part of southeastern Idaho, with descriptions of Carboniferous and Triassic fossils, by G.H. Girty: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper 152, 453 p.

  9. Oriel, S.S., and Platt, L. B., 1980, Geologic map of the Preston 1 x 2 quadrangle, southeastern Idaho and western Wyoming: U.S. Geological Survey Miscellaneous Investigations Map I-1127, scale 1:250,000.

  10. Poulsen, E.J., 1962, Robert Price: Salt Lake City, Granite Publishing Company, 179p.

  11. Reitzes, L.B., 1981, Paris: A Look at Idaho Architecture: Boise, Idaho State Historical Preservation Office, 104 p.


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