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Episode 25 – Salina POW Massacre

WWII may have been fought on foreign soil, but blood was ran on the grounds of Utah too. ttps://www.utahhumanities.org/stories/items/show/15 https://www.intermountainhistories.org/items/show/53

Episode 23 – Traveling Saints

It is the 172nd anniversary of the Mormon Pioneers arriving in the Salt Lake Valley on July 24th, 1847. This episode consists of three interesting journal entries from three pioneers. I Walked to Zion: True Stories of Young Pioneers on he Mormon Trail by Susan...

Episode 20 – Fort Harmony

The Settlement of Fort Harmony is a testament to the hardships of early Mormon settlers and the conflicting ideas of settlement between LDS Leaders. https://www.fortharmony.org/History.htm https://www.ghosttowns.com/states/ut/fortharmony.html A History of Washington...

Episode 19 – The Beginning of Memorial Day

Memorial Day is often seen as a jumping into Summer, but it has a beginning that should not be forgotten. https://www.history.com/news/8-things-you-may-not-know-about-memorial-day https://www.history.com/news/memorial-day-civil-war-slavery-charleston...

Episode 18 – Utah Mining and Frisco Ghost Town

The mining industry was the beginning of the diversity in Utah. Many mining towns went from boom to bust, and Frisco Utah became one of the roughest towns in the West. https://www.legendsofamerica.com/ut-frisco/ http://www.miningutah.com/id66.html...

Episode 17 – Operation Tiger

Operation Tiger was the dress rehearsal for D-Day. It cost many lives, but also saved many lives on D-Day. http://www.kansasheritage.org/abilene/ikespeech.html http://www.kansasheritage.org/abilene/ikespeech.html...

Episode 16 – Mormon Misfit

The is episode is a personal story or thought about a journey I have been on in my life. Everyone should share their stories so that we can connect as human beings. Anyone who might be on a similar journey as mine, know that you are not alone.