Historic Map - Ogden City, UT - 1875

View of Ogden City, Weber County, U.T., 1875 / drawn & published by E. S. Glover.

This panoramic print of Ogden City, Utah was drawn by Eli S. Glover and published by Strobridge & Co. in 1874. In the 1850's, Mormons created Ogden City at the confluence of two rivers where a pioneer fort once stood. When Weber County was organized, Ogden was named the county seat of government. Ogden is comfortably situated between Salt Lake City, south of town, and Brigham City to the north. Ogden was about a half-day’s ride from either town. It remained an agricultural community until the late 1860's when several railroad lines began establishing termini there. From that point, Ogden became an important center for railroads such as the Union Pacific Railroad, the Central Pacific Railroad and the Utah Central Railroad, which linked with Brigham City.

The map published in 1874 includes labeled streets, buildings and railroad routes. Weber River is shown in the foreground.

Features numbered & lettered references to the following locations:

Ogden Canon.
Warm Springs.
North Ogden.
Cemetery
Liberty Square.
Tabernacle Square.
Union Square.
North Square.
Tithing Yard.
Mormon Tabernacle.
Methodist Church.
Liberty Hall.
Episcopal Church.
Third Ward School House.
Second Ward School House.
First Ward School House.
Episcopal Church.
Court House.
City Hall and Offices.
Office, Ogden Junction Daily.
Ogden Iron Manufacturing Co.
Ogden Planing & Resawing Mills.
Moulding & Planing Mills.
U. P. Brewery.
Grove Brewery.
Weber Flouring Mills.
Ogden Flouring Mills.
Ogden Hotel.
Utah House.
Globe Hotel.
Beardsley House.
Woolen Factory.
Zion’s Cooperative Mercantile Institution.
Government Observatory.
Ogden Junction Hotel.
Historic Map of Ogden City, UT - 1875

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