There are more than 33,000 records representing births in the most populous county of Utah. While the information for each person varies, Utah, Salt Lake County Birth Records 1890-1908 usually includes:
These county birth records date from before Utah was admitted as the 45th state in 1896, and document over 20 years of births in Salt Lake County. Salt Lake County, home to Salt Lake City, has long been the largest city in the state and both the county seat and the state capital.
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