In August 1867, according to John Crook, Chief Tabby and his whole band
came to Heber City for a peace feast. Large tables were set up in the
bowery, and townswomen made a "good picnic" for Tabby and his people. An
ox was roasted barbecue style, and everyone filled up on food. The
Indians stayed a few days and then went home with presents of food. This
picnic created good will, and there were few raids in Wasatch County afterwards.