Measeles, Evelyn Brack. Boulder, CO: Pruett Publishing Company (1981). First Edition. Trade paperback. 130 pp. Illustrated. Bibliography. Index. A nice copy with only light wear to covers. Contents clean and tight. “Originally established in 1871 by John D. Lee, a Mormon executed for his part in the Mountain Meadows Massacre, the Ferry was used by Mormons, miners, and the military during the westward push through Utah and Arizona. Over the years, Lee’s Ferry saw the crossing of such diverse individuals as John Wesley Powell, George Wharton James, Zane Grey and Buffalo Bill – people drawn to the stark, awesome beauty of this place by curiosity or by fate.” Book: Very Good. Dust Jacket: .