Daughters of Utah Pioneers
|Address|| 300 North Main|
Salt Lake City, UT 84103
History of the Society
The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers was established April 11, 1901 with Annie Taylor Hyde as president. The purpose of the society is to preserve the memories of the early men, women and children who who came to Utah between 1847 and 1869. A more comprehensive history is located on their website on Organizational Structure of Daughters of Utah Pioneers.
The International Society for the Daughters of Utah Pioneers maintains a Pioneer Memorial Museum of pioneer memorabilia, large collection of photos, and a small library of family histories of people. 
Membership applications, showing members' genealogy, are available in the library. Yearly the DUP publishes a volume about the history of Utah that includes biographies of pioneers and early residents of Utah, information about historical sites, and accounts of journeys across the ocean and plains. See Utah Biography for information on their publications.
Numerous publications are available at the Pioneer Memorial Museum located at 300 North Main Street in Salt Lake City, Utah 84103. Two of the online publications are:
Collection of Histories and Photographs
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 if 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.
The organization also has photographs of many of the early church members. Copies can by ordered through the mail or on their website at Photo Collection Link.
For a list of Society meetings and notes from past meetings, visit the official website home page here.
Frequently Asked Questions
See the DUP website for their list of frequently asked questions and the answers.