What is at the end of the Mormon trail?
Salt Lake City, Utah is considered the end of the Mormon 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 ended in Salt Lake City, Utah. Originally, there was nothing at the end but an empty desert valley and a really stinky salty lake, but the pioneers began building a city, so that by the time people stopped traveling the Mormon trail (due to the railroad coming), there was a big thriving city at the end of thet trail.
The Mormon Trail ended in the Salt Lake Valley in Utah. They built a city, and it later became known as Salt Lake City.
The Mormon trail is the trail the Mormon pioneers took to have a better life.
The Mormon trail was first used in 1846-47 and stopped being used around 1870, when the transcontinental railroad came through.
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It didn't end on any certain day. The Mormon trail was used exclusively for about 23 years (1846 to 1869) as the only route to travel to and from Utah. The railroad finally reached utah in 1869 and as train travel became more affordable, travel along the Mormon trail died out. Parts of the trail are still traveled today, as they have been paved and become major highways.
The Mormon Trail ended in Salt Lake City, Utah. From there, many Mormons were sent to colonize towns all over the west, while others stayed in the city.
yes it did though some continued. The man who discovered gold in CA was Mormon
The Mormon trail was used between 1846 and 1869. In 1869 the railroad from the east finally reached Salt Lake City, so many chose to travel that way instead.
Some groups started in Illinois, some in Iowa City and others started in St. Louis.
The Mormon Trail began in 1847.
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
Mormon Trail was created on 1978-11-10.
The Mormon Trail started in February 1846.
The Mormon Trail was the route, but it did travel on the Oregon trial too. :)
The Mormon Trail was in operation from 1846 to 1869, when the transcontinental railroad was completed.
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.
Different groups traveling on the Mormon trail had different starting points. Most began in Missouri or Illinois.The trail officially ended in Salt Lake City, Utah, although many people were assigned to continue traveling to other settlements shortly after arriving in the city.
The Mormon trail and the organ 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
Most of the travelers on the Mormon Trail were Mormon converts from the eastern United States and Europe.
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The Mormon Pioneer trail lead from Missouri to Salt Lake City, Utah. It closely followed the Oregon Trail and the California Gold Rush trail.
Historians approximate that it ended around Winter (November, December, or January) of 1904.
Oregon Trail & California Trail.
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.
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Most pioneers set off on the Mormon trail from either Illinois or Missouri.
The Mormon pioneers traveled on the Mormon Trail to reach Utah, where they found the freedom to practice their religion in relative peace. Others used the Mormon trail as a route to various places in the west, many would continue on to California, Nevada, or Oregon.
Because the Mormon Pioneers traveled on it.
The Mormon Trail got it's name because it was used by tens of thousands of Mormon pioneers travelling west to find religious freedom.
Nobody. The Mormon Pioneers traveled on the Mormon Trail, not the Oregon Trail. In many places these trails closely followed each other, but they were not the same trail.
The Mormon Trail was approximately 1,300 miles long from Nauvoo, Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah.
The Mormon trail passes through the Great Plains and the Rocky Mountains.
The first group of Mormon pioneers started on the trail in the winter of 1845-46, but groups continued to use the trail until the railroad came in 1869.
Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail covers nearly 100 miles in Utah, and about 1300 miles total. From the trail's end in Salt Lake City to Washington D.C. is a 2100 mile drive, so from where the trail enters Utah at the border of Wyoming it is a 2000 mile drive.
Most Mormons followed the Mormon Trail, which was roughly the same as the Oregon trail until the Mormon trail split off to Utah in Wyoming. Some Mormon pioneers took a boat around South America, docked in California, and travelled to Utah through Nevada.
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They don't meet.
They followed the Orgen Trail
The trails were the Oregon Trail, Santa Fe Trail, Old Spanish Trail, the California Trail, and Mormon Trail.
orgen trail, santa fe trail, old spanish trail, Mormon trail, & California trail
The Mormon Trail began in the winter of 1845-46.
Brigham Young lead the first group of Mormon pioneers along the Mormon Trail to Utah in 1846-47. Subsequent groups came over the next 25 years lead by various experienced trail guides. The Mormon Trail followed a similar route to the Oregon Trail until Wyoming, when it went south to Utah rather than north to Oregon.