It was founded in 1847.
The city was founded in 1847 as Great Salt Lake City by a group of Mormon pioneers led by their prophet, Brigham Young.
Salt Lake City was the city that the Mormons founded in Utah.
Salt Lake City, Utah has a population of over 1 million people. It was founded by a group of Mormons in the 19th century.
Mormons founded Salt Lake City, Utah, the capital of Utah. Actually, they founded the whole state of Utah...
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it was founded when our forefathers founded it..... lifes like a box of choclates.... you never know what your gonna get!
The Great Salt Lake is near Salt Lake City.
No, Salt Lake City is named after the lake, which is nearby the city, not in it. Note that the lake is about 100 times larger than the city.
Yes. However, Salt Lake City is a few miles from the lake.
Salt Lake City is the capitol city of Utah.
The Mormons traveled to Utah and settled in the Salt Lake Valley. They established the city Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake City is in the State of Utah.
Salt lake city is called salt lake because it is near the Great Salt Lake filled with tons of salt. I know...I've been in it!
No, it has a lake, the Great Salt Lake. That's why it's called Salt LAKE City, not Salt SEA City.
Salt Lake City is the county seat of Salt Lake County.
The state capital of Utah is Salt Lake City.
It isn't. The city isn't covered with salt, the lake is full of salt. The lake is about 15-20 miles northwest of the city.
Salt Lake City is in Utah.
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The address of the Salt Lake City Public Library Headquarters is: 210 East 400 South, Salt Lake City, 84111 2804
Salt Lake City and pretty much the entire state of Utah was originally founded by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (commonly known as Mormons). They arrived in 1847. You can learn more about the church through the related link below.
Founded 1930 (original) (North Corbin, Kentucky) 1952 (franchise) (Salt Lake City, Utah)