North Ogden Historical Museum

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Historic Homes of North Ogden, Utah

Our newest book is 8½ x 11″ with 104 pages.


Featuring over 50 historic homes with color and black and white photos, “Then and Now” photos for most homes. Descriptions include homes’ histories and information about the people who lived there.

$25.00

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These North Ogden Pilgrims are grateful for all who donated to the museum for Giving Tuesday! Pictured in about 1920 are: back row: Angus Blaylock, Russell Shupe, & Victor Roylance; front row: Lucy Salisbury, Mildred Barker, and an unknown pilgrim. Anyone recognize her? Thank you! See MoreSee Less

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These North Ogden Pilgrims are grateful for all who donated to the museum for Giving Tuesday!  Pictured in about 1920 are:  back row: Angus Blaylock, Russell Shupe, & Victor Roylance;  front row:  Lucy Salisbury, Mildred Barker, and an unknown pilgrim.  Anyone recognize her?  Thank you!

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This is great! Victor is my grandfather, and I’ve never seen this picture before.

I want to also thank everyone for you donation. I also what to thank all of the North Ogden people who work so hard to make this a wonderful museum.

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Happy Turkey Day! These North Ogden turkeys lived on the farm of Charles Pettigrew (1866-1938). The farm was in the area of 2440 Mountain Road.
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Happy Turkey Day!  These North Ogden turkeys lived on the farm of Charles Pettigrew (1866-1938).  The farm was in the area of 2440 Mountain Road. 
Remember to shop at smile.amazon.com/ch/26-2578959 and AmazonSmile will donate to North Ogden Historical Museum, at no cost to you.

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Maybe ancestors of some that occasionally show up in the neighborhood.

Gobble gobble.😂🤣

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Good to know.

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Solomon and Lovina Campbell came to North Ogden in 1851. They were the parents of 14 children, four of them died in infancy. The Campbell family was instrumental in the early settlement of the area. Solomon (1825-1903) Lovina (1829-1903) See MoreSee Less

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Solomon and Lovina Campbell came to North Ogden in 1851.  They were the parents of 14 children, four of them died in infancy.  The Campbell family was instrumental in the early settlement of the area.  Solomon (1825-1903)  Lovina (1829-1903)Image attachment

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My great grandparents and they don't look happy about it either. I am!

What a legacy.

❤️ This is my 3rd Great Grandparents. Great to see this!

Wonderful old pictures! Treasures for sure.

Nanette Zundel Baker our family?

My grandparent's

My paternal grandmother is a descendant of this couple.

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The view that met the first pioneers that settled in North Ogden was a majestic mountain. Among the first 13 settlers were Solomon and Lovina Campbell, who came to the area in 1851. They were some of the first to build a log home in North Ogden, where they had the first twin babies born in 1851. This photo was taken in 1927. See MoreSee Less

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The view that met the first pioneers that settled in North Ogden was a majestic mountain.  Among the first 13 settlers were Solomon and Lovina Campbell, who came to the area in 1851.  They were some of the first to build a log home in North Ogden, where they had the first twin babies born in 1851.  This photo was taken in 1927.

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Those two were my great grandparents and i am so grateful for their perseverance. I am another set of Campbell twins and love that in our line. There are three sets of twins that are alive right now just from one of their children. We did not know in 1969 that when we moved to North Ogden, we were truly coming home! Thank you for posting this.

My 2nd Great Grandparents, Jonathan and Lucinda Campbell, were among the first settlers of North Ogden. Solomon was Jonathan's nephew. I'm grateful for my Campbell ancestors.

My Great Great Great grandfather Newman Greenleaf Blodgett was among the first settlers in North Ogden owning and operating the first gristmill. His home was lived in by his posterity until 1999. I was raised in that home.

Great to see the geology , the lake shore line, the eroded outcroppings.

Hi DeAnn, Miss seeing you guys! Isn't it wonderful to have this history about your family and know what they accomplished! DeAnn Nicol

I was just researching my Campbell ancestors last night. Love these great* grandparents.

They were my great grandparents.

I love old photos like this!! Wish I could have seen it for real!

I love these old photos. Can anyone tell me what rock this is in the picture?

Solomon and Lovina Campbell are my great, great grandparents.

Great post. Wonderful comments. Thanks

We are related to them.

My father was born in North Ogden in 1927

Awesome!!

Very cool picture

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