Gregory C. Thompson is Associate Dean of the University of Utah’s J. Willard Marriott Library for Special Collections; he is also Adjunct Assistant Professor of History. He received a BS from Colorado State University, BA from Fort Lewis College, and MS and doctoral degrees from the University of Utah. Greg has published several monographs on the Ute tribe, including Southern Ute Lands, 1848–1899: The Creation of a Reservation (1972); The Southern Utes: A Tribal History (1972); and co-edited, with Floyd A. O’Neil, A History of the Indians of the United States: A Syllabus (1979). He is a founding member of the Alf Engen Ski Museum Board and serves on the Board of Trustees. His latest publication, with Alan K. Engen, is First Tracks: A Century of Skiing (2001), which focuses on the history of skiing in Utah. Greg is also the general editor for the Tanner Trust Publication Series, Utah, The Mormons, and the West.