Dating a mormon in utah usa
In 1855, as part of improvements, the Mormon Road over the Black Mountains was realigned eastward.
It was routed from the site that developed as Beaver to Muley Point through more wagon-friendly terrain in Nevershine Hollow and over Beaver Ridge into the canyon of Fremont Wash, rejoining the original road above Muley Point.
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A number of identified prehistoric sites have been found in Beaver County, dating to the Archaic and Sevier Fremont periods.
The original route crossed the river 3 miles downstream from Beaver at the site that later was developed as Greenville.
This route became known during the California Gold Rush as the Southern Route of the California Trail.
The 1776 Dominguez–Escalante Expedition is the first known European exploration in this area.
In 1847–1848, Mormons from the United States developed a trade route through the Beaver River valley between their new settlements at Salt Lake City in the Utah Territory and Los Angeles, which was still part of Alta California, Mexico.