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Cardston

Cardston: Charles Ora Card was the son-in-law of Brigham Young, the founder of Salt Lake City and one of the great figures in the American Mormon Church. In 1886, Charles Card ventured north of Utah to scout out new territory where Mormons could settle. The expedition was a success and in 1887, 41 Mormon settlers followed Charles Card and established the community of Cardston in southern Alberta.

Cardston

Cardston