Name the trail the pioneers used to come to the Salt Lake Valley?
The Mormon Trail.
What popular name was given to the religious pioneers who traveled from Nauvoo IL to settle in the Great Salt Lake Valley for religious purposes?
Mormon Pioneers - members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints - traveled from Nauvoo, Illinois to the Great Salt Lake.
Seriously???? It was a trail, and Mormons traveled on it, and they were pioneers.
Because the Mormon Pioneers traveled on it.
Death Valley got its name during 1849 - 1850. A group of pioneers were lost during the winter, and everyone assumed that they died in the valley.
The Oregon Trail is the route that pioneers used to travel to Oregon.
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 wagon was called a Conestoga wagon or a prairie schooner.
The only thing I can think of is a tarn, which is a mountain lake. Maybe if you visit webistes of famous valley lakes, like Lake Valley and Salt Valley, they might give the proper name.
A popular question asked by tourists is how Tenkiller Lake came by its unique name. In 1947, construction was begun on the Tenkiller Ferry Dam across the Illinois River. The lake was named after the Tenkillers, a prominent Cherokee family who owned land and operated a ferry service near the site where the dam now stands. Legend has it that during the "Trail of Tears" era, the Cherokee warrior was given his name by the… Read More
The Mormon pioneers originally named it Great Salt Lake City, but shortened it to Salt Lake City because the name was so long.
My guess, as a Blazers fan, is that it has to do with the Oregon Trail, and Portland being one of the ending points of said trail...but I'm not a pro. I've read that it has to do with the pioneering history of oregonians...and the name 'pioneers' was taken by a local college team already, so a citizen vote deemed the 'trail blazers' the winning choice.
I'm not quite sure what this question means but here are two answers. 1) Geologically Death Valley started millions of years ago when giant plates in the earth began to shift and push out and upwards. The land between the plates essentially sank as the mountains on either side were pushed up. In that way it differs from the Grand Canyon and other valleys which were carved by water. 2) How did Death Valley get… Read More
The first family to travel to California was the Donner Family. They hit hardship when Of the original 87 pioneers, 39 died and 48 survived.
What is the name of the route that stretched 2000 miles from Independence Missouri to the Willamette River Valley in the Pacific north west?
The Oregon Trail
The simple answer is the head of the Hollyford Valley, and the Head of the Cleddau valley. The settlements affected would be Te Anau at the lake of that name, and Milford Sound.
The hoover dam, Lake Mead, and the Great basin. Mount Charleston and the Valley of Fire
The team held a public contest to pick the name before they began playing in 1970. "Pioneers" actually won, but that was disqualified because it was already the mascot of a local college. The name Trailblazers alludes to the Oregon Trail and the state's frontier past.
Mormon pioneers settled in hundreds of cities in the western US, Canada, and Mexico. Now, they live in almost every city in the world. More well-known cities that Mormon pioneers settled are Kirtland, Ohio; Nauvoo, Illinois; and Salt Lake City, Utah.
From 1849 to 1850 a group of pioneers settled in this unknown valley but died in winter of hunger and thirst. That's how Death Valley got it's name.... of death and despair.yup Here is the story: A long time ago, there were emigrants moving to California, and they took a short cut. The short cut is also known as the Death Valley. It took them months to travel through the Death Valley. And one guy… Read More
The Mormon Trail began in Nauvoo, Illinois and ended in Salt Lake City Utah. first of all where it began is correct and by the way it never ended i am a mormon but we do not put mormons as are church name we are know as the church of latterday saints
Death Valley was given its forbidding name by a group of pioneers lost here in the winter of 1849-1850. Even though, as far as we know, only one of the group died here, they all assumed that this valley would be their grave. They were rescued by two of their young men, William Lewis Manly and John Rogers, who had learned to be scouts. As the party climbed out of the valley over the Panamint… Read More
His name is Blaze and he is a Trail Cat
the first cattle trail was the Chisholm trail
'Deseret' is what the original Mormon Pioneers named the area around what is now called "Utah". The federal government changed the name to Utah when they applied to become a state. It was not a city. The capital city of Deseret was Great Salt Lake City, which is now called Salt Lake City.
1.Meander 2.Oxbow Lake 3.V-shaped Valley 4.And Flood Plain Hope that answers that :) ♥♥♥Justin Bieber♥♥♥
(Name of animal) trail.
YES THERE ARE FLOODS IN DEATH VALLEY - IN 2004 A FLASH FLOOD WIPED OUT THE ROAD IN FURNACE CREEK WASH - DESERT FLASH FLOODS ARE VERY DANGEROUS -- IN RAINY TIMES THE LAKE IN LAKE MANLY (BADWATER) CAN GET ENOUGH WATER TO USE A KAYAK. AND THE NAME "DEATH VALLEY":Death Valley is called Death Valley because there is so little water and everything is so dry. You would die if you had no water… Read More
Hoover Dam, Lake Mead, Red Rock Canyon, Valley of Fire, Las Vegas, Virginia City, to name a few.
Catherine Trail's birth name is Catherine Elizabeth Trail.
Their last name is Wright.
the waterfall trail
The Winter Olympics have been held in the US four times: Lake Placid, New York (1932 & 1980); Squaw Valley, California (1960); Salt Lake City, Utah (2002).
There is a town on the iditarod trail named idtarod, so they named the trail after it i guess.
The name of the camp was Camp Crystal Lake, so the name of the lake was Crystal Lake.
Perth got its name by the Scottish pioneers that discovered the land.
The name of the lake is Lake Victoria.
pioneers explored pluto
Lake Superior Lake Huron Lake Michigan Lake Ontario Lake Erie
No, trail park is a common noun unless it is part of the name of a specific trail park.
Obviously it's because the Mormons traveled the trail.
The Santa Fe Trail.
Blaze, the Trail cat.
The Mormons, the religious group that made and traveled the trail.
Name Valley in Portland Name Valley in St. James Name Valley in St. Mary
The scientific name for Valley fever is coccidioidomycoses.
The name of the valley is Rivendell, or in Elvish, Imladris.
how did Squaw Valley Ca 93675 get it name
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