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11/6/08: Utah Legends

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Salt Lake City's <a href=\"http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WM1CD1\" target=\"_blank\">Lone Cedar Tree Monument</a>

By Doug Fabrizio

Salt Lake City, UT – With lost mines and the Three Nephites, grieving Indian maidens and a lake monster - Utah is full of legends. Whether they can be proven true or not, they're great stories and they teach us a lot about who we are. Thursday, Doug talks to folklorist David Stanley and historian Will Bagley. From Bryce Canyon to Bear Lake, we'll talk about the state's best loved stories - and we hope you'll join us with some of your own.

  • This Friday evening at 7:00 p.m., David Stanley will give the keynote address as part of the Folklore Society of Utah's annual conference. The event is being held at Utah State University in Logan, and it's part of the Society's 50th Anniversary celebration. For more information, click here or call Lynne at 435-797-3630.

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