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They had determination and commitment. They learned how to work together and kept the faith in God and His son Jesus Christ.

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The Mormons traveled to Utah and settled in the Salt Lake Valley. They established the city Salt Lake City.


Salt Lake City was the city that the Mormons founded in Utah.


Good old fashioned hard-work, help from the Native Americans, and blessings from God


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You are probably thinking of Salt Lake City, Utah. The headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) has been located in Salt Lake City since 1847. However, there is no city where most Mormons live. There are 14.5 million Mormons scattered around the globe, with about 35-40% of Mormons living in the United States and about 10% of Mormons living in the state of Utah. Only about 0.4% of Mormons live in Salt Lake City boundaries.


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The moved to Salt Lake City, Utah to establish a utopian society. Many utopian societies were being created at the time and, though none of them managed to survive, Salt Lake City was one of the most successful.


The Mormons didn't move to Salt Lake City, they moved to a mostly uninhabited desert and built Salt Lake City. This was due to the persecution and violence they had faced in other cities where they attempted to settle.


The Mormons established Salt Lake City, Utah. This was established by Brigham Young, the successor of the prophet Joseph Smith. Now, Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah.


In what is now Salt Lake City, Utah.


The Mormon pioneers originally named it Great Salt Lake City, but shortened it to Salt Lake City because the name was so long.


They arrived in Utah and began building Salt Lake City.


The first Mormon Pioneers left Illinois in 1846 and arrived in Salt Lake City in 1847 after wintering over in Nebraska. Mormon converts from all over the world continued to immigrate to Salt Lake City on the Mormon trail until 1869, when the transcontinental railroad was completed. Most converts then made the journey by rail.


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Mormons founded Salt Lake City, Utah, the capital of Utah. Actually, they founded the whole state of Utah...


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Well, technically, they never found Salt Lake City. They found a large empty valley and built Salt Lake City. They arrived there in July 1847.


They didn't really make a settlement on the Great Salt Lake, as there is swampy marshland surrounding the lake for several miles. The first city they settled in the area was Great Salt Lake City, later renamed Salt Lake City, which is about 20 miles from the nearest shore of the Great Salt Lake.Salt Lake City and other Mormon settlements in the area were a part of a territory the Mormons named Deseret.


The city was founded in 1847 as Great Salt Lake City by a group of Mormon pioneers led by their prophet, Brigham Young.


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I live in salt lake and would say it has the largest concentration of mormans as percentage of total population. But most mormans in the US live out of slc. Out of utah in fact. ---------------- No, definately not. While Salt Lake City is the headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church), most American Mormons live outside of Utah. (There are 6,060,000 baptized Mormons in the United States, and 1,884,000 of those live in Utah.) So, less than 1/3 of American Mormons live in Utah. Most Mormons in Utah live outside of Salt Lake City. The city itself is actually quite liberal and diverse, and the homes are small and expensive compared to the rest of the state. The suburbs surrounding Salt Lake City are where the majority of Mormons in Utah live. Some of the suburbs are more than 90% Mormon. About 80,000 of the 6,060,000 American Mormons live in Salt Lake City, which is just over 1.3%.



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