April 2017 marked the centennial of America’s entry into World War I. Listed below is a selection of resources related to Utah’s involvement in the War.
1914-1918-online: International Encyclopedia of the First World War
Utah and World War I: special issue of Utah Historical Quarterly
Utah and the Great War: The Beehive State and the World War I Experience, ed. by Allan Kent Powell: a collection of essays exploring the complexity of WWI and its impact on Utahns.
Utah in the World War, by Noble Warrum: published under the auspices of the Utah Council of Defense in 1924.
Harold Rider Morris’s World War I Diary. Harold Rider Morris, a Millard County native, enlisted for the war in 1917. His diary was made available for Utah Valley University to digitize by his daughter Karolyn.
The Great War, from American Experience
NHD National History Day Teaching World War I: Resource to connect teachers and students to the best sources for the 100th anniversary of WWI. Includes Middle School and High School lesson modules.
History Day 2018 WWI Regional Prize Winners
The Treat of Versailles: A Dictated Peace
Group Performance –
Nurses on the Front Lines in WWI
Individual Exhibits –
Treaty of Versailles: The Uncompromising Compromise
The Christmas Truce of 1914
Utah State Archives: WWI Record Series
LDS Church History Library: (PDF list of WWI related collections)
State Historical Society: (PDF list of Historical Society Collections relating to WWI)
University of Utah: (PDF list of WWI related items/collections held in Special Collections)
Utah State University: (PDF list of WWI related items/collections held in Special Collections)