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English: Quarrying granite for the Mormon Temple, Utah Territory, 1872. The ground is strewn with boulders and detached masses of granite, which have either fallen or have been hewn from the walls of Cottonwood Canyon. The quarrying consists of splitting up the stone into blocks that can be transported to the Salt Lake Temple construction site of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Local Identifier 57-HS-932 / ARC Identifier 517451. Source: US Archives American West photographs: image
Date 21 June 2005 (original upload date)
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