10 Facts About Utah By Becca

Utah Mining was very famous from its gold and silver from the 1880´s to the 1980´s.

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Utah got its name by a tribe called the Ute Indians.

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People entered Utah 12,000 years ago.

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Paleoindians were called to be the first people to live in Utah.

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The Ice Age almost came to an end 12,000 years ago.

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Paleoindians usually lived by lakes and marshes.

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In 1985 the temperature was at the lowest of -69 and the highest of 117 degrees

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Cliff Dwellers also known as the Anasazi, are known as the people who carve cities on cliff walls.

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The Anasazi left there area around the year 1300 and weren't seen again.

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Juan Antonio de Rivera visited Utah in 1765.

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