In 1921, the North Ogden pioneers who crossed the plains before 1869 gathered for a photograph. From left to right: the men are Greenleaf Blodgett, George Brown, Thomas Norris, John Woodfield, James Deamer, James Ward, William Hill, Ezekiel Blodgett, and Charles Jones. The women are Catherine Jones, Elizabeth Montgomery, Elizabeth Williams, Mary Warren, Emma Dean, Jennie Norris, Annie Deamer, Elizabeth Marshall, Sarah Garner, Eliza Brown, Electa Montgomery, and Barbara Brown. ... See MoreSee Less
This is a video showing the photos that were used to make the structures in the HO scale version of North Ogden from the 1930s. The "dummy line" train came through North Ogden and went on to Hot Springs Resort, which was near Smith and Edwards. This small version of North Ogden complete with a working train can be viewed at the North Ogden Historical Museum, 545 E. 2750 N. Hours-Mon, Tues, Thurs, 3-6 pm. ... See MoreSee Less
Bringing in the harvest was a family affair in the early days of North Ogden. Fruits and vegetables were often preserved by bottling: egg white was painted on the rim and heavy paper was attached to this "glue," forming a seal. Botulism, anyone? ... See MoreSee Less
Ember Rodgers HuntI wonder f there are any pics of my old house from when I was a kid. It was next to the dentist office on Washington, and they tore t down many years ago. It was super cute and one of the first homes up there... or so we were always told, right Mary Lou Petersen Rodgers...