USU Golden Spike Lecture Series
As part of the Utah's celebration of the 150-year anniversary of the Golden Spike, USU Brigham City held a Lecture Series about the history of the Transcontinental Railroad. All the lectures can be viewed below.
|Jan 10, 2019||A Historical Snapshot of the US/Utah in the 1860’s-Marko DeMonja, Box Elder High History teacher, retired.||Watch|
|Feb 7, 2019||Laying the Groundwork for the Transcontinental Railroad-John Barton, USU Uinta Basin History Lecturer.||Watch|
|Mar 7, 2019||Building the Rails part 1-Engineering and Construction- Daren Dance, Retired engineer and Golden Spike volunteer.||Watch|
|Apr 11, 2019||Building the Rails part 2-The people-key players-Dr. Kathryn L. MacKay, History Professor, Weber State University.||Watch|
|May 2, 2019||Why Promontory? The joining of the rails and what it meant for America-Dr. F. Ross Peterson, USU History Professor retired.||Watch|