The Pony Express Stations of Utah In Historical Perspective is the second in Utah's series of cultural resource monographs.
For the 1976 Bicentennial, the Bureau of Land Management studied the Pony Express route and provided public interpretation of the trail in western Utah. The authors' interest and personal involvement in that project laid the ground work for production of this monograph.
This publication is an example of the Bureau's dedication to protect and enhance through study, the varied and valuable cultural resources on public lands in Utah. The Bureau must assure that cultural resources are afforded proper protection and preservation, with consideration for the best scientific and public use.
I am pleased to present this volume in our series of published monographs.
PAUL L. HOWARD
Last Updated: 18-Jan-2008