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Newsletters

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Collection of Histories and Photographs

Histories

  • The members of the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers (DUP) have prepared and collected thousands of biographies of early pioneers (1847-1869). Search for a pioneer history on the website. Women are listed in the index by their married name. You can request a copy of the history is you are a member of DUP or a direct descendant of the pioneer. Hint: searching by just the last name or by just the first name will help you find histories entered into the database by different spellings.

Photographs

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Society Meetings

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Workshops

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Board Meetings

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Training Meetings

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • See the DUP website for their list of frequently asked questions and the answers.

 

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