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Salt Lake Tidbits

Many different native Indian tribes inhabited the area around what is currently known as Salt Lake City, many thousands of years ago. The Anasazi, also known as the Pueblo People, constructed large settlements in southern Utah from about year one until 1,300 A.D. The Ute Indian tribe in the namesake of Utah as well as the Navajo Indian tribe, also came to this area.

The year 1847 brought the incorporation of Salt Lake City by a group of Mormon pioneers. A man named Brigham Young led these Mormon Pioneers, who were the first white pioneers to permanently settle in the Salt Lake Valley. There were only 148 of these white members which was comprised of 143 men, three women, and two children.

The Mormons arrived came to the valley so that they could practice their religion without being persecuted by hostile mobs. Supposedly, Brigham Young replied something to the effect of This is the Right place when he first looked into the valley. The pioneers started to till the soil and plant crops, on the same day that they arrived in the area. The plans for Salt Lack City were made within only a few days. The namesake of the community was the inland, salty lake that dominated the desert in the west. There are currently Temple Square blocks out from the middle of the community, which are arranged on a grip pattern in ten acre squares, which are separated by streets that are 132 feet wide.

Additional immigrants arrived in the valley in 1848. However, the harvest was almost destroyed by plagues of crickets, and a drought. However, enough of the crop was saved by flocks of seagulls, who consumed the crickets, to allow the pioneers to survive the winter of 1848 and 49. The state bird of Utah became the seagull, in gratitude.

Many of the settlers were European converts to Mormonism. They brought their skills, languages, and culture to the valley, which helped to make Salt Lake City a cosmopolitan center during following the decades.

The area was part of Mexico, when the Mormons first arrived in the valley. In 1841, a treaty was signed which ceded it to the U.S. and in 1850, the State of Deseret, which translates onto a symbol of industriousness, or honeybee, became the Utah Territory. The beehive is the state symbol for Utah.

In 1853, the building of the Mormon temple started. However, it wasn't until 1892 that the capstone of this elegant structure was not put into place. The temple was constructed from granite blocks that, until a branch railroad line was run into Little Cottonwood Canyon, were carried individually by wagon and oxen to location of the building from the canyon.

After being station in the community, many United States soldiers and numerous immigrants returned in Great Lake City in the late 1850's, during the California gold rush, as well as during the Civil War. The Mormon enjoyed some measure of prosperity by trade with these sojourners, while their primary economic mainstay was agriculture.

With the driving of the Golden Spike at Promontory Summit, the transcontinental railroad was completed by 1869. This was some 80 miles northwest of Salt Lake City. With the arrival of this railroad, Utah was thus connected to the West and East. Numerous people traveled by railroad just to see the City of the Saints. Hoverer, some remained to lose or to make fortunes in mining. Between the 1860's through the 1920's numerous lead, gold, silver, and copper were opened in the close by canyons, that included the Bingham Canyon. Sometime later, massive smelters were constructed to refine the ore. Some prosperous mine owners built gracious and large homes next to South Temple, once known as Brigham Street.

The decade of chance came during the 1890's. The practice of polygamy was officially ended by the Mormon Church. In 1896, Utah became the third that to extend the right to vote to women and was also appointed as 45th state in the Union. In 1868, Salt Lake City also became the capital of Utah.

During the early 1900's, Salt Lake started assuming its currently character. Several other historic buildings such as the State Capitol were built. Electric trolleys, which was housed at Trolley Square, were installed to transport people living in the Sugarhouse, Liberty Park, Capital, Avenues by the 1930's, gradually, the trolleys replaced in by buses. In 1941, the last streetcar was discontinued.

The entrance that had served to mark the entrance of the estate of Mr. Brigham Young, known as Eagle Gate has been renovated to permit traffic flow, Eagle Gate That had served to mark the entrance to Brigham Young's estate, was rebuilt to permit traffic flow. Street lighting and sewers have been installed Streets have been paved al between 1900 and 1930. During this period, the population of the community almost tripled.