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“Step Right Up!”

In an era spanning the early 20th century, through depression ridden times and a dust bowl, one form of revelry thrived – the circus. Traveling from coast to coast, rail cars packed with canvas, exotic animal menageries, strongmen, fat ladies, and roustabouts brought a much needed relief to millions of Americans. The Park City Museum’s
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“History Speaks” Lecture: Utah's 19th Century Architecture Types

“History Speaks” Lecture: Utah’s 19th Century Architecture Types

Cory Jensen, Preservation Program Specialist and Architectural Historian at the Utah State Historic Preservation Office, will present “Utah’s 19th Century Architecture Types” at the Park City Museum (528 Main Street) on June 24 from 5:30-7:00. This presentation will discuss the defining characteristics of the vernacular house types of early Utah and how they were influenced
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The Pony Express in Utah Book Signing

The Pony Express in Utah is the newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s popular Images of America series of books. Co-authored by Pony Express historians, Patrick Hearty and Dr. Joseph Hatch, the book will dive into the short-lived days of the Pony Express. They will hold a talk and book signing on Thursday, April 23 from
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