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UHQ Summer 2014 Web Extras

CONTENTS Since 1928, Utah Historical Quarterly has collected and preserved the state’s history. Until now, UHQ content has only been published in print form. The content presented here is our inaugural effort to introduce the journal—and our state’s rich and colorful history—to an online audience. In the digital medium, we are able to do more […]

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62nd Annual Utah State History Conference “Utah Technology Through Time” September 25th – September 27th, 2014 Salt Lake City, Utah @ The City Library and The Leonardo 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 […]

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Congratulations to Utah’s National History Day Winners

Sixty-one Utah students competed at National History Day in College Park, Maryland, June 16-19. Five Utah projects advanced to the final round. Congrats to all participants!

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Utah’s Historic Preservation Strategic Plan Survey

Over the next year, the Utah State Historic Preservation Office within the Utah Division of State History will lead out on a concerted effort to assess the current state of historic preservation in Utah, and through collaboration with state and federal agencies, local governments, various non-profit stakeholders, and as many members of the Utah Public as possible we hope to find […]

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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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