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May 2020

History Speaks Lecture: “Agriculture in Park City” is NOW ONLINE

May 16 - June 24

Join our FIRST Online Lecture - "Agriculture In Park City" Our popular "History Speaks" Lecture Series is back! Join Executive Director Sandra Morrison as she explores Park City's settlers' challenges in living off the land. Compared to the vast corn fields of the Great Plains or the fertile valleys of Central California, Utah's agricultural economy is tiny. Yet reminders of our early agricultural endeavors surround us. From the tiny shed near the corner of Old Ranch Road to the magnificent…

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“Railroad Tie Cutting in the High Uintas, Part III” Online Lecture presented by Chris Merritt

May 26 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm

State Historic Preservation Officer, Chris Merritt continues his exploration of the tie hacking camps in the high Unitas. After years trekking through the High Uintas on the North Slopes, Chris found many clues about the early railroad tie cutting industry in the area. This presentation is the final part III in his three part series exploring realities you won't learn in history books about the material culture of the industry and the people working in it. Reservations require for this…

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A Brief History of Tom Kearns Virtual Zoom Lecture

May 27 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Park City Museum will host a virtual Zoom lecture presented by Sandy Brumley called A Brief History of Tom Kearns  on May 27th from 5-6 p.m. MDT Tom Kearns is a hero of the old west: rags-to-riches miner, U.S. Senator, and rail road magnate.  He clearly loved newspapers, garnering his first press mention in 1880 at the age of 18.  He subsequently owned The Salt Lake Tribune with his business partner David Keith.  There is a wealth of information in…

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