History of Utah

  • Settling in Utah

    Brigham Youn, the leader of the Mormons, leads a group of settlers to Utah.
  • Mountain Meadows Massacre

    Mormons killed the Baker-Francher party, while they were traveling through Utah. Only the young ones were kept alive.
  • Transcontiental Railroad

    The Transcontinental Railroads were finished, which they met at Promontory Summint in Utah.
  • Women Suffrage

    Women won to be able to vote.
  • Edmunds-Tucker Act

    In March 1887 the Edmuds-Tucker Act bill is passed, making it so nobody could practice polygamy.
  • Utah is a State!

    On January 4, 1896 Utah becomes a state.