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Salt Lake City History | Utah.com | Utah.com Salt Lake City History Salt Lake Overview In ancient times Utah was inhabited by various Native American groups. The ancient Pueblo People, also known as the Anasazi, built large communities in southern Utah from roughly the year 1 to 1300 AD. The Ute Tribe, from which the
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Originally, the Salt Lake Valley was inhabited by the Shoshone , Paiute , Goshute and Ute Native American tribes. At the time of the founding of Salt Lake City the valley was within the territory of the Northwestern Shoshone , who had their seasonal camps along streams within the valley and in adjacent valleys. The lan
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