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Mormons believed that God had given the land to them and were prepared to kill the Native Americans in order to take possession of their lands. Shortly after the first company arrived in the Salt Lake Valley in , the community of Bountiful was established to the north. In , pioneers moved into lands purchased from trapper Miles Goodyear in present-day Ogden. In , Tooele and Fort Utah in modern-day Provo were founded. The settlement of Provo was particularly troubling to the Utes, since it was at the heart of their territory. This was shortly followed by the Walker War.

Fillmore, Utah , intended to be the capital of the new territory, was established in The experiences of returning members of the Mormon Battalion were also important in establishing new communities. On their journey west, the Mormon soldiers had identified dependable rivers and fertile river valleys in Colorado, Arizona and southern California. In addition, as the discharged men traveled to rejoin their families in the Salt Lake Valley, they moved through southern Nevada and southern Utah.

Jefferson Hunt , senior Mormon officer of the Battalion, actively searched for settlement sites, minerals and other resources. His report encouraged settlement efforts in Iron Country, near present-day Cedar City. These southern explorations eventually led to Mormon settlements in St. By , Mormon communities were being established in northern Mexico. Snow , and other Mormon pioneers are buried and where a memorial exists dedicated to all who crossed the plains to the Salt Lake Valley.

In participating in the trek, the youth dress as pioneers and pack a few things to carry in handcarts. They go on a hike for a couple days so they can experience what the pioneers experienced. During this multi-day event, camp organizers sometimes require youth to avoid the use of technology or anything that the pioneers did not have on their journeys, to enhance the experience. The Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel gathers information from journals, church history records, and other materials to locate the company in which an ancestor traveled across the plains to get to Utah.

This covers known and unknown wagon trains from It contains lists of passengers in companies as well as genealogical information about ancestors. It is the most comprehensive list of Mormon immigrants and the wagon trains that brought them to Utah. Mormon Pioneers. Get Mormon Pioneers essential facts below. View Videos or join the Mormon Pioneers discussion. Add Mormon Pioneers to your PopFlock. This article includes a list of references , but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations.

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