1853 Regulations of City Creek Canyon

Title

1853 Regulations of City Creek Canyon

Description

Regulations on the removal of trees from City Creek Canyon

Type

Correspondence
Government/Legislature

Sender

Brigham Young

Date

1853

Location

Great Salt Lake City

Subject

Government
Regulations

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REGULATIONS OF CITY CREEK KANYON
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Leave all the Fir Trees standing, also all such oak and maple saplings as will do for plow handles, beams, hoop poles and other useful purposes, together with the Cedar whether down or standing culling or hauling none such without express permission
With these exceptions, take all the wood, clearing the kanyon of the dead wood and the creek of every combustible likely to injure the water, leaving the small timber and shrubbery on its banks to shade it.
Observing these regulations, you are entitled to the privilege of the kanyon, by delivering every third load at my house, or such other place as I may desire until further orders.

Brigham Young

Item sets

 

REGULATIONS OF CITY CREEK KANYON
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Leave all the Fir Trees standing, also all such oak and maple saplings as will do for plow handles, beams, hoop poles and other useful purposes, together with the Cedar whether down or standing culling or hauling none such without express permission

With these exceptions, take all the wood, clearing the kanyon of the dead wood and the creek of every combustible likely to injure the water, leaving the small timber and shrubbery on its banks to shade it.

Observing these regulations, you are entitled to the privilege of the kanyon, by delivering every third load at my house, or such other place as I may desire until further orders.

Brigham Young