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How much do you know about the Mormon pioneers and early Utah history? Test your knowledge of the people, places and events surrounding July 24, , and the Mormon colonization of the West. A photographic look back at the Days of '47 Parade, from to Related: See what the pioneers thought, felt as they first came to the Salt Lake Valley Related: A photographic look at how Days of '47 floats have changed — or not — from to Related: What day did the first wagons leave Nauvoo and cross the Mississippi?

April 6, B. February 4, C. January 31, D. February 4, The winter exodus from Nauvoo was not expected, and the Latter-day Saints could have remained in their homes "had it not been for the threats and hostile demonstrations of our enemies," Brigham Young wrote. Christensen's painting, shown here, depicts the exodus from the city across the frozen Mississippi River. How many men did the government ask to volunteer for what became the Mormon Battalion, which served in the war against Mexico?

In exchange for raising volunteers for the war, Brigham Young extracted a promise that the government would allow the Saints to winter on Indian land without any trouble. Young asked for volunteers and promised the men that he would do his best "to see all their families brought forward, as far as my influence extended, and feed them when I had anything to eat myself.

Counting the state that is home to Nauvoo, what five states did the pioneers cross during their trip to the Salt Lake Valley? Illinois, Missouri, Nebraska, Wyoming and Utah. How many wagons made up the first wagon train to reach Utah? According to Leonard J.

Arrington, the original company consisted of people, 70 wagons, 93 horses, 52 mules, 66 oxen, 19 cows, 17 dogs and some chickens. The train covered 1, miles of trail in days. This event marked the th Anniversary of the pioneers entering the Salt Lake Valley. How many women began the cross-country voyage with the first wagon train to head to the Salt Lake Valley? Two children, Isaac and Lorenzo Young, also accompanied the train. Arrington , Harriet, who was married to Brigham's brother Lorenzo, accompanied the train because the Missouri lowlands were not good for her health.

Harriet asked for female company and Brigham agreed that Clara — Harriet's daughter by her first husband — and Heber C. Kimball's wife Ellen could also come. What device is William Clayton — with the help of Orson Pratt and Appleton Milo Harmon — credited with building while journeying with the first Mormon wagon train to cross the plains?

The modern odometer B. The safety pin C. The sewing machine D. A rotary washing machine. The modern odometer According to a article in the Deseret News , William Clayton became frustrated about uncertain estimates of daily pioneer progress and pushed for the creation of a machine that would take accurate measurements. Brigham Young acted as manager, Parley P.

Pratt acted as engineer, William Clayton acted as customer and Appleton Harmon acted as craftsman in the creation of a pioneer odometer. What hymn was written during the first wagon train's journey to the Salt Lake Valley? What famous landmark in Wyoming is covered with the carved names of emigrants who traveled along the Oregon, Mormon and California trails? Independence Rock According to wyoshpo. Jesuit missionary Pierre Jean De Smet called the rock the "great register of the desert" due to the many names passersby carved on its surface.

What famous mountain man did the pioneers meet in Wyoming during their journey West? Peter Skene Ogden C. Jim Bridger According to historytogo. Bridger had his first encounter with Mormon pioneers in June , where he drew a map on the ground to sketch out the region for Brigham Young. How many days did it take to travel the last miles from Fort Bridger to the valley of the Great Salt Lake? The people and animals were tired from their long journey, and the canyons and passes of the Wasatch Range were difficult to traverse.

This is the right place. This is the place. While gazing on the scene before us, he was enwrapped in vision for several minutes. He had seen the valley before in vision, and upon this occasion he saw the future glory of Zion and of Israel, as they would be, planted in the valleys of these mountains. When the vision had passed, he said: The obelisk features a bison, or buffalo, skull — a symbol of the Mormon Pioneer Trail — and a version of Brigham Young's memorable pronouncement upon arriving in the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, By the time Brigham Young entered the valley on July 24, what had the pioneers already done?

Laid out plans for the streets B. Laid the foundation for the Tabernacle C. Planted crops and started irrigation work D. Started building the Lion House. Planted crops and started irrigation work According to Wilford Woodruff's journal , by the time Brigham Young entered the Salt Lake Valley on July 24, , the brethren who had arrived two days before had already broken ground and started planting potatoes. On what day did a party of men including Brigham Young, Heber C.

Smith, Wilford Woodruff and others climb Ensign Peak? July 26, B. July 24, C. July 30, D. July 26, According to the article "Ensign Peak: Kimball, Willard Richards, Ezra T. Pratt climbed to the top of the hill to look over the valley. While historical records debate whether or not the men who climbed Ensign Peak flew an American flag from its heights, other reports say the men waved something from the hill. What did they wave?

A bandana According to William C. Smoot , an early pioneer, while the men were on top of Ensign Peak, "they hoisted a sort of flag on Ensign Peak. Not a flag, but a handkerchief belonging to Heber C. Kimball, one of those yellow bandana kinds. On July 28, Brigham Young planted his walking stick in the ground and said the Saints would begin building what?

The Lion House C. The Capitol building D. The Salt Lake Temple An interview with Brigham Young stated that when he came over the mountains into the valley, he "saw in a vision of the night, an angel standing on a conical hill, pointing to a spot of ground on which the new temple must be built.

Who named City Creek? Van Cott, Brigham Young gave City Creek its name on August 22, , during the first general conference of the church. Between and , how many Mormons traveled West on the Mormon Trail? Between , and , B. Between 80, and 93, C. Between 60, and 70, D. Between 60, and 70, The mass migration to Utah should be remembered for more than theological reasons, author Wallace Stegner wrote.

Far from loosening their social organization, the trail perfected it. How many miles, on average, could a wagon train travel per day in the s? Slaughter and Michael Landon's book, "Trail of Hope," wagons crossed the plains moving at less than two miles per hour, and traveling 15 miles in a day was considered very good. The average mileage per day in the s was nine, but by the s wagon trains were averaging between 20 and 25 miles per day.

Roughly how many miles long was the Mormon Trail? Between 60, and 70, emigrants used it to cross the plains between and Along the way, the National Parks Conservation Association website said, the pioneers built bridges, found ferry crossings and left behind markers for those who would follow.

According to an pioneer guide, what was, "more to be dreaded upon the plains than almost any disaster that can happen"? Stampede According to William W. Slaughter and Michael Landon's book, "Trail of Hope," mules, oxen and horses were easily spooked and would stampede for myriad reasons ranging from snakes to lightening. Damages from stampedes could include injuries and deaths among animals and people, ruined provisions, broken wagons and time spent dealing with the aftermath. What was the name of the fund that helped immigrants migrate to Utah?

Perpetual Migration Fund B. Perpetual Emigration Fund C. The Personal Emigration Fund D. The Mormon Migration Fund. Perpetual Emigration Fund According to historytogo. It reportedly assisted 26, immigrants who came from Europe to the U.

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Phone, () · Address. 27th St; Ogden, Utah How much do you know about the Mormon pioneers and early Utah history? How many wagons made up the first wagon train to reach Utah? .. with cannon fire, the Nauvoo Brass Band, the ringing of the Nauvoo Bell, a flag Valley became a fulfillment of the scripture verse Isaiah , which says. is a charity concert to benefit Operation Underground Railroad and "break the silence" on human trafficking and Sunday: Summer Band Series featuring Premier Brass. Doors at 8 p.m. N. University Ave., Provo. . Tickets to the Utah performance are priced from $$75 with an 8 p.m. start time.