The Mormon Trail got it's name because it was used by tens of thousands of Mormon pioneers travelling west to find religious freedom.
The Mormon trail is the trail the Mormon pioneers took to have a better life.
Obviously it's because the Mormons traveled the trail.
The Mormons, the religious group that made and traveled the trail.
The Mormon Trail.
Seriously???? It was a trail, and Mormons traveled on it, and they were pioneers.
The Mormon Trail began in 1847.
The Mormon Trail started in February 1846.
Mormon Trail was created on 1978-11-10.
The Mormon Trail was in operation from 1846 to 1869, when the transcontinental railroad was completed.
Salt Lake City, Utah is considered the end of the Mormon trail.
The Mormon trail and the organ trail
The Mormon Trail was traveled by Mormon Pioneers from Illinois to Utah after they had been kicked out of Illinois. It was then traveled by Mormon converts from Europe and Canada as they immigrated to "Zion" (the Mormon settlements in Utah). The trail was mostly discontinued after the railroad reached Salt Lake City.
The Mormon Trail.
The Mormon trail.
Because it was the trail that lead to Salt Lake City. The Oregon trail went to Oregon, the California trail went to California, and the Mormon Trail went to Utah.
the Mormon trail extends from Nauvoo, Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah
The Mormon Trail's purpose was to lead the Mormons to the Great Salt Lake Valley.
Most of the travelers on the Mormon Trail were Mormon converts from the eastern United States and Europe.
The Mormon Pioneer trail lead from Missouri to Salt Lake City, Utah. It closely followed the Oregon Trail and the California Gold Rush trail.
The Mormon trail was used between 1845 and 1869, when the transcontinental railroad was completed and therefore the trail was no longer needed.
The Mormon Trail was the route, but it did travel on the Oregon trial too. :)
Approximately 70,000 Mormon Pioneers traveled the Mormon Trail between 1845 and 1869.
The Mormon Trail stopped being used shortly after the railroad reached Utah in 1869.