Mining for Gold in Cache Valley: Free Local and Regional Electronic Resources, Offered by USU Prepared by: Andrew Wesolek, Scholarly Communications Librarian April, 2012http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/74/Gold_prospector.jpg
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Digital Library Cache Valley Diaries Intermountain Indian School Latino Voices Logan Canyon Land Use Mendon Logan Historical Newspapers Old Ephraim USU Historical Collections
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