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 PIONEER IMMIGRANTS TO UTAH TERRITORY

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Pioneer Immigrants to Utah Territory

More than 1,700 pioneer immigration records for Utah.

Description

An excellent collection of more than 1,700 migration records for Utah, Pioneer Immigrants to Utah Territory is an index of six maroon binders that contain questionnaires completed by members of the National Society of the Sons of the Utah Pioneers (SUP). These binders are housed at the Sons of the Utah Pioneers Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. Forms contain 32 questions that provide vital information and other data of interest about specific Utah pioneers. For additional information, visit the Sons of the Utah Pioneers in Salt Lake City at 3301 East 2920 South.

Extended Description

RELATED DATABASES
 •  Conquerors of the West: Stalwart Mormon Pioneers, Vols. 1-2  
 •  Pacific Coast Directory, 1867  Pacific Coast Business Directory of 25,200 names for 1867
 •  Utah Pioneers, 1847-50  Index of pioneers to Utah between 1847 and 1850, created by the Sons of Utah Pioneers.
 •  Oklahoma Osage Tribe Roll, 1921  Index to a tribal census conducted in 1908 and certified in 1921.
 •  1850 United States Federal Census  1850 United States Federal Census with links to images of the original surviving population schedules.
 •  David A. Shaw, California As Seen by a Pioneer  Narrative of the building of California as told through the eyes of a pioneer
 •  Judge Benjamin Hayes, California Diary  Pioneer notes from the diaries of Judge Benjamin Hayes, 1849-1875.
 •  Utah Cemetery Inventory  Cemetery and tombstone information compiled by the Utah State Historical Society.
 •  Utah Cemeteries  Utah Cemetery information compiled by the Utah State Historical Society.
 •  1810 United States Federal Census  1810 United States Federal Census with links to images of the original surviving population schedules.





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