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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.

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Why did the Mormons use 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.

Where did the morman trail lead to?

The Mormon Trail led to the Salt Lake Valley in Utah.

What was the Purpose of Mormon trail?

The Mormon Trail's purpose was to lead the Mormons to the Great Salt Lake Valley.

What was the Mormon trail?

The Mormon trail is the trail the Mormon pioneers took to have a better life.

Who was the Mormon leader who led the Mormons along the Oregon Trail to Utah?

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.

What year did the Mormon Trail start?

The Mormon Trail began in 1847.

When was Mormon Trail created?

Mormon Trail was created on 1978-11-10.

What year was the Mormon trail start?

The Mormon Trail started in February 1846.

What trail did the 49ers take?

The Mormon trail and the organ trail

What trail did the Mormons follow?

The Mormon trail.

Which trail did Mormons travel on?

The Mormon Trail.

What route did the Mormon trail to the west?

The Mormon Trail was the route, but it did travel on the Oregon trial too. :)

When did they go to the Mormon Trail?

The Mormon Trail was in operation from 1846 to 1869, when the transcontinental railroad was completed.

What is at the end of the Mormon trail?

Salt Lake City, Utah is considered the end of the Mormon trail.

Where did the Mormon trail began hat lead to Utah?

The Mormon trail originally began in Nauvoo Illinois, near the Mississippi River, but it later covered all of the United States as more and more people used it to travel west.

What route did the Mormon trail follow?

Oregon Trail & California Trail.

What trail did the Mormon trail follow for most of its length?

Oregon Trail

Where is Mormon trail located?

the Mormon trail extends from Nauvoo, Illinois to Salt Lake City, Utah

Of the thousand of people who went east on the Mormon trail most were?

Most of the travelers on the Mormon Trail were Mormon converts from the eastern United States and Europe.

Who traveled on the Mormon 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.

Who were the leaders of the Mormon trail?

The Mormon Trail didn't have one specific leader or group of leaders. Rather, each individual group that traveled the trail appointed a leader who was knowledgable about the terrain and had the skills needed to lead them safely to the west. Most people who travelled the Mormon Trail were Mormons, and therefore had the same religious leaders, but the religious leaderswere not generally the trail leaders (although in some cases religious leaders returning from missions abroad would assist in leading groups on the trail).

How did Mormon Trail get its name?

Because the Mormon Pioneers traveled on it.

When did the Mormon trail begain and end?

The Mormon trail was used between 1845 and 1869, when the transcontinental railroad was completed and therefore the trail was no longer needed.

How many Mormons were on the trail?

Approximately 70,000 Mormon Pioneers traveled the Mormon Trail between 1845 and 1869.

Why did the Mormon Trail stop?

The Mormon Trail stopped being used shortly after the railroad reached Utah in 1869.