Religion

Eccles, David: Business, Church, and Personal Correspondence

Collection of 327 various handwritten or typed business, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and personal correspondence papers to or from David Eccles from the various businesses he was involved with from 1880-1914.

Morgan County Daughters of Utah Pioneers

This collection contains historic documents from the greater Morgan County area, along with pioneer histories, photographs, and family records.

Ogden City Churches and Schools

For nearly twenty years after the first pioneers came to Utah, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the only religious denomination in the area. That changed in Weber County with the introduction of Catholicism in 1866. By 1888 Ogden City had a thriving religious community with a variety of different churches and religions. The first school was established in 1850 with Charilla Abbott as the first teacher. The school system continued to grow with public and private institutions accepting students. A bond issue passed in 1890 allowing for new buildings.

Weber-Davis County Community Oral History Project

Interviews of citizens from several different walks of life conducted by Stewart Library personnel, Weber State University faculty and students, and other members of the community. The histories cover various topics and chronicle the personal everyday life experiences and other recollections regarding the history of the Weber and Davis County areas.