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Native Americans, Explorers and Pioneers
|What are the the five tribes of Utah Native Americans?
|Utes, Goshutes, Shoshone, Paiute, Navajo
|Which tribes are considered prehistoric?
|When the LDS pioneers arrived in Utah in 1847, what country claimed ownership of Utah?
|This group of Utah explorers made the most precise, scientific maps
|This famous trapper was of African descent, had married a Native American woman, and wrote a famous autobiography
|When did Joseph Smith start the LDS Church? And what state was he living in when he did this?
|1830 in New York
|This trapper proved that there was no river that left the Great Salt Lake:
|Beaver pelts were very valuable because
|beaver hats were highly fashionable
|In Missouri in 1835, Governor Lilburn W. Boggs issued an "extermination order" against the Mormons. What did this mean?
|that the Mormon people were either to leave Missouri or be killed
|This town, built by the LDS people, became the largest city in Illinois at the time:
|In order to create accurate maps and reports on what they saw, government explorers (like Fremont) were trained to be experts on
|When Dominguez and Escalante met the Timpanogot Utes
|the two groups met peacefully.
|When Brigham Young first saw the Salt Lake Valley, he said
|"This is the right place."
|What made the LDS migration to Utah a record-setting event in US history?
|it was the largest group of people traveling together into the West
|Name the LDS leader who has often been called the "American Moses" for leading his group on the long voyage to Utah.
|The LDS Winter Quarters were in
|What revolutionized the Ute society?
|The LDS religion started in
|Native American shelters include
|Hogan, teepee, cliff dwellings, wicki-up
|What does prehistoric mean?
|Before Europeans came to Utah and before written history
|Examples of Native American food
|Beans, corn and squash, Local animals such as deer, antelope and rabbit, Local nuts, berries and roots
|Dominguez and Escalante came to Utah to find a trade route from ___________________________ to _______________________________
|Santa Fe to Monteray
|The cut off between Ft. Bridger and Utah was called _________________
|Hastings Cut off
|Date first Mormons arrived in Utah on
|July 22. 1847
|Name of Governor that issued “extermination order
|Had a city and river named after him
|Peter Skene Ogden and Etienne Provost
|Wrote one of the earliest journals about Northern Utah saying the placae was full of huge black crickets and seagulls.
|Peter Skene Ogden
|Met Ute Indians by Utah Lake and kept important journals on a journey from Santa Fe
|Fathers Dominguez and Escalante
|Built a trading post in Wyoming
|First showed there were no rivers flowing out of the Great Salt Lake.
|A hole to keep furs
|A party during the summers where mountain men would trade
|Lived in Southeastern Utah around the four corners
|Led a government science exhibition to make maps and measure the land
|John C. Fremont
|Warlike and used horses