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    Utah

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    Utah Are you thinking about a place to travel with not a lot of time in a plane? How about bundles of fun attractions? Is shopping what you do best? Maybe you’re more of a nature person. If any of these describe you than you would have a blast in Utah! I think that the history of Utah is really interesting. In the 1600’s Indians had come in the area. 224 years later Jim Bridger discovered the Great Salt Lake. After that in 1847 the Mormon pioneers came to Utah and only 3 years later it became part

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    The Great State of Utah

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    Utah is the 45th state in the USA. It became a state on January 4, 1896. The abbreviation of the state Utah is UT. Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah. Salt Lake City is also the largest city in Utah. Utah is the 13th largest state in the USA. Utah’s total population is 2,223,169. Utah is the 34th most populated state in the US. Utah’s major industries are oil, natural gases, mining coal, copper, iron ore, silver, gold, steelmaking, farming cattle, sheep, dairy products, and tourism. Utah’s major

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    Mormons In Utah

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    Mormons in Utah I intend to prove that the Mormon religion, which began to rise in both reputation and numbers in Utah, is a strange mixer of Christianity, American pragmatism, millennialist expectations, economic experimentation, political conservation, evangelical fervor and international activity, but is still a highly followed, rapidly growing, and successful religion. Mormonism is a major modern religion with more than 8 million members, and over 4 million in the United States. Mormonism was

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    Utah and the Mormon Culture

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    Utah and the Mormon Culture In 1820, Joseph Smith had a vision in Palmyra, New York, of God and his son, Jesus Christ telling him to reorganize the church of Jesus Christ. During the next 10 years, Joseph was visited by other heavenly messengers, translated the Book of Mormon and established the Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints. Many years thereafter, the Mormons relocated from Nauvoo, Illinois because of religious persecution (PBS Online). In Illinois, Joseph Smith had succeeded in establishing

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    transferability of ownership rights, the ability to continue as a business in the event of the death or withdrawal of one or more of the owners, the capital needs of the business, and tax liabilities.” (Utah.gov) The most commonly registered business Entities in Utah are sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited partnerships, corporations, and limited liability companies. Sole Proprietorship A sole proprietorship is a business entity formed by an individual, and are the most common and simple form

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    which includes large industrial companies, commercial companies and household pollution. Utah is known to have the best snow on earth, we have beautiful scenery, relaxation and recreation all within minutes of our front door. But what about that dirty air that seems to last for months? Utah has four of the nations 100 largest oil fields, which produces 1.2% of the nation’s output, with 3,600 active wells. Utah ranks 11th in the nation of oil production, and we have five refineries in the Salt Lake

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    Utah Family Center

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    We chose to learn about, evaluate and present the Utah Family Center. The goals of this paper are; to explain the logistics of the program, to tie together what we learned with Epstein’s Framework, to describe the climate and those who typically utilize the center, and include some final concluding thoughts about the center. As a group, we referred to the Utah Family Center website, we visited and walked thru the center, and we talked to great lengths with the personnel. We were able to take pamphlets

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    Air Pollution in Northern Utah

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    dimensional analysis of air pollution in northern Utah. For decade's, areas of northern Utah have been exposed to air pollution. The west desert has long been unfairly deemed as a wasteland with little economic value. Do to this fact; it has been exploited as one of the great-polluted areas of our country. From the weapons t... ... middle of paper ... ...ultation%20UDOH%20FINAL.pdf>. 11. Markosian, Richard. "Air Pollution in Utah." Utah Stories. Utah Stories, 16 Jan. 2014. Web. 18 Apr. 2014. .

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    American Attack on Omaha and Utah Beaches During D Day It was 1944, and the United States had now been an active participant in the war against Nazi Germany for almost three and a half years, nearly six years for the British. During that period occurred a string of engagements fought with ferocious determination and intensity on both sides. There is however, one day which stands out in the minds of many American servicemen more often than others. June 6, 1944, D-Day, was a day in which thousands

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    Southern Utah Community and History

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    The formation of Southern Utah is one of fascination. The Virgin River Anasazi were St. George’s earliest residents, occupying the area for over twelve hundred years. They left behind rock art and ruins of their dwellings. There vanishing from the area and leaving behind their dwellings and art is still a mystery to this day. The Paiute people arrived shortly after and have lived there ever since, utilizing the area as a hunting ground for deer, rabbits and other animals. The Paiutes also grew crops

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