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NRNominationsApril2014

National Register Nominations | April 2014

In April 2014, the Board of State History, for the Utah Division of State History, will review five (5) nominations to the National Register. These nominations are: International Peace Gardens Salt Lake City, Utah St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission, Bluff, Utah David and Evinda Madsen House, Ephraim, Utah Tie Cutting Industry of the North Slope of the […]

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Archaeology Week

Utah Archaeology Week 2014 During Utah Archaeology Week you can learn about Utah’s past and have fun while doing it. Statewide events include: Open house at the Rio Grande Depot with educational activities for kids Annual poster contest Lectures and paper presentations Tours of archaeological sites

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2014 Utah State History Awards

Utah State History’s annual awards recognize individuals and groups who have made a significant contribution to history, prehistory or historic preservation in the state of Utah. Whether these efforts on behalf of the past are quiet or prominent, they benefit the state’s citizens in tangible and intangible ways. Utah State History therefore invites nominations of […]

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Call for Papers and Session Proposals

Thank you for your interest in submitting a proposal for the 62nd Annual Utah State History Conference, Utah Technology Through Time  Technology has helped people live and thrive in Utah for over 12,000 years. In order to understand and remember the development of technology in Utah, this year’s Utah State History conference will focus on Utah […]

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Creating Positive Impacts in FY2013

In FY2013, the Utah Division of State History aimed to positively impact communities throughout Utah by assisting developers, agencies, communities, architects, archaeologists, researchers, genealogists, law enforcement, Certified Local Governments, homeowners, teachers, students, and the general public. These reports show the impact of State History’s services on communities throughout Utah, on the economy, and on the […]

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