History of Ogden, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)

Today Ogden enjoys a rather stable economic structure, which is no longer totally reliant on government projects and money. The community has a mixed population of Mormons and non-Mormons, and a variety of ethnic backgrounds, members of which are not as confrontational as they have been in the past but are more understanding and tolerant of the variety of people in the community. This mixture of ethnic and religious backgrounds has created a progressive attitude in community and educational affairs, and Ogden has a number of high-quality public and private schools. Weber State University provides quality education in many areas of learning at the university level.

See: Richard C. Roberts and Richard W. Sadler, Ogden: Junction City (1985); Dale Morgan, A History of Ogden (1940); and Milton R. Hunter, Beneath Ben Lomond's Peak (1944).

Richard Roberts

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