In Iowa, United States
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Congress established the Mormon Pioneer National Historic Trail as part of the National Trails System on November 10, 1978. This historic trail commemorates the 1846-47 journey of the Mormon people from Nauvoo, Illinois to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake. The designated corridor is almost 1,300 miles long and is managed as a cooperative effort among private landowners, trail associations, state and local agencies, the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, and the U.S. Forest Service. Land ownership along the trail is comprised of 822 miles (64%) on private land, 264 miles (20%) under federal management, and 214 miles (16%) in state and local ownership.
Much of the trail is no longer visible, though some trail segments and sites can be visited. This site commemorates a place where the Mormons cross Iowa on the way to the Great Salt Lake. Please read the history.
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Last Updated: on 8/17/2017 6:27:50 PM Pacific Daylight Time (1:27 AM GMT)
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