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Fur trappers—including Jim Bridger—explored some regions of Utah in the early s. The city of Provo was named for one such man, Étienne Provost, a Frenchman operating out of Santa Fe under Mexican license, who visited the area in At the time, Utah was still Mexican territory.
The treaty was ratified by the United States Senate on March In , the Utah Territory was created with the Compromise of , and Fillmore was designated the capital. In , Salt Lake City replaced Fillmore as the territorial capital. The Mormons were pushing for the establishment of the State of Deseret. Government, which was reluctant to admit a state the size of the proposed Deseret into the union, opposed the polygamous practices of the Mormons.
After news of their polygamous practices spread, the members of the LDS Church were quickly viewed as un-American and rebellious. In , after news of a false rebellion spread, the government sent troops on the "Utah expedition" to quell the supposed rebellion and to replace Brigham Young as territorial governor with Alfred Cumming.
The resulting conflict is known as the Utah War. As troops approached Salt Lake in northern Utah, nervous Mormon settlers and Paiutes attacked and killed immigrants from Arkansas in southern Utah. The attack became known as the Mountain Meadows Massacre. The massacre became a point of contention between LDS leaders and the federal government for decades.
Only one man, John D. Lee, was ever convicted of the murders, and he was executed at the massacre site. Before troops led by Albert Sidney Johnston entered the territory, Brigham Young ordered all residents of Salt Lake City to evacuate southward to Utah Valley and sent out a force, known as the Nauvoo Legion, to delay the government's advance.
Although wagons and supplies were burned, eventually the troops arrived, and Young surrendered official control to Cumming, although most subsequent commentators claim that Young retained true power in the territory.
A steady stream of governors appointed by the president quit the position, often citing the unresponsiveness of their supposed territorial government. Brigham Young was among the first to send a message, along with Abraham Lincoln and other officials.
Connor arrived with a regiment of California volunteers in Connor established Fort Douglas just three miles 5 km east of Salt Lake City and encouraged his men to discover mineral deposits to bring more non-Mormons into the state. Minerals were discovered in Tooele County, and miners began to flock to the territory. Beginning in , Utah's Black Hawk War developed into the deadliest conflict in the territory's history. Chief Antonga Black Hawk died in , but fights continued to break out until additional federal troops were sent in to suppress the Ghost Dance of The railroad brought increasing numbers of people into the state, and several influential businessmen made fortunes in the territory.
During the s and s, laws were passed to punish polygamists, and in the Manifesto, the LDS Church banned polygamy. When Utah applied for statehood again, it was accepted.
One of the conditions for granting Utah statehood was that a ban on polygamy be written into the state constitution. This was a condition required of other western states that were admitted into the Union later. Statehood was officially granted on January 4, Southern Utah became a popular filming spot for arid, rugged scenes, and such natural landmarks as Delicate Arch and "the Mittens" of Monument Valley are instantly recognizable to most national residents.
During the s, '60s, and '70s, with the construction of the Interstate highway system, accessibility to the southern scenic areas was made easier. Beginning in , with the establishment of Alta Ski Area, Utah has become world-renowned for its skiing.
The dry, powdery snow of the Wasatch Range is considered some of the best skiing in the world. Salt Lake City won the bid for the Winter Olympics in , and this has served as a great boost to the economy. The ski resorts have increased in popularity, and many of the Olympic venues scattered across the Wasatch Front continue to be used for sporting events.
This also spurred the development of the light-rail system in the Salt Lake Valley, known as TRAX, and the re-construction of the freeway system around the city. During the late 20th century, the state grew quickly. In the s, growth was phenomenal in the suburbs. Sandy was one of the fastest-growing cities in the country at that time.
Today, many areas of Utah are seeing phenomenal growth. Transportation and urbanization are major issues in politics as development consumes agricultural land and wilderness areas. Demographics Historical populations Census Pop. As of , Utah has an estimated population of 2,,, which is an increase of 48,, or 2.
This includes a natural increase since the last census of , people that is , births minus 68, deaths and an increase due to net migration of 16, people into the state. Immigration from outside the United States resulted in a net increase of 49, people, and migration within the country produced a net loss of 33, people.
Much of the population lives in cities and towns along the Wasatch Front, a metropolitan region that runs north-south with the Wasatch Mountains rising on the eastern side. The rest of the state is mostly rural or wilderness. Utah has a higher percentage of people sharing a single religious denomination than any other state.
George metropolitan area is currently the second-fastest growing in the country after the Las Vegas metropolitan area, while the Heber micropolitan area is also the second-fastest growing in the country behind Palm Coast, Florida. Anglo-Utahns are the largest group in every county except for San Juan County, which has a large Navajo Indian population. Chinese form the largest Asian group followed by other Asian groups i.
There is a large and increasing number of Catholics in Utah as a result of immigration from Mexico, along with previous waves of Catholics from Italy, Austria, Germany and Ireland. Utah always had a non-Mormon Christian minority, mostly made up of Protestants like Baptists, Lutherans and Methodists, about one-quarter of Utah's population.
Historically, the founders of the LDS church considered the importance of socialism in the Mormons' tradition of social welfare provided by the church and Mormon values in family, community and assistance, or "looking out for each other" would placed them in the liberal category in terms of theology.
The self identified religious affiliations of adults note that numbers below do not include children, thus the disparity with the percentage identified above living in Utah are: Age and sex Due to its high total birth rate highest of any state in the U. Major industries of Utah include: In eastern Utah petroleum production is a major industry.
In central Utah, coal production accounts for much of the mining activity. In Moab mountain biking is a popular sport. Research, information technology development, and service based industries are important economic activities along the Salt Lake City-Ogden-Provo corridor. Utah collects personal income tax within 6 income brackets. The state sales tax has a base rate of 5.
Property taxes are assessed and collected locally. Utah does not charge intangible property taxes and does not impose an inheritance tax. Tourism Utah has a large tourism business and was host to the Winter Olympics.
Mining Beginning in the late 19th century with the state's mining boom including Kennecott Copper Mine, now the world's largest open pit mine , companies attracted large numbers of immigrants of diverse faiths with job opportunities. Since the days of the Utah Territory mining has played a major role in Utah's economy. During the early part of the Cold War era, uranium was mined in eastern Utah.
Today mining activity still plays a major role in the state's economy. Minerals mined in Utah include copper, gold, silver, zinc, lead, and beryllium.
Fossil fuels include coal, petroleum, and natural gas. Breaking from Interstate 80 at Echo, Interstate 84 heads northwest through the mountains and out onto the Wasatch Front, merging with I at Roy and staying merged until Tremonton. I then continues northwestwardly into Idaho near Snowville. I enters from Nevada at Wendover and heads east through Salt Lake City, briefly merging with I before climbing into the mountains and weaving through canyons and across plateaus into Wyoming, just before reaching Evanston.
Interstate 70 begins at Cove Fort and heads east through mostly uninhabited areas, providing access to many of southern Utah's recreation areas before entering Colorado. The stretch of I between Salina and Green River is the longest stretch of interstate in the nation without any services.
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