Ogden

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Ogden, British Columbia
... Ogden is an unincorporated locality on the outskirts of the gold-mining ghost of Bralorne, British Columbia, Canada ... Now mostly abandoned, Ogden was once a bustling centre of commercial activities not tolerated in the company-run town, many of its establishments built on the highway easement or small parcels of steep ... Ogden's heyday faded long before Bralorne closed, and only a few buildings survive other than a few houses ...
Logan Scott-Bowden - Early Life
... At midnight 31 December 1943, with' Sergeant Bruce Ogden-Smith, as members of the Combined Operations Pilotage Parties (COPP), during Operation Bell Push Able, he ... the command of Lt Cdr Nigel Wilmott in an X-Craft submarine, he and Sgt Ogden-Smith took part in a 4 day covert reconnaissance of Omaha Beach ... On D Day both Sgt Ogden-Smith and Maj Scott-Bowden assisted in piloting the american initial landings on Omaha ...
Miles Goodyear
... trader and mountain man who built and occupied Fort Buenaventura in what is now the city of Ogden, Utah ... The fort was located approximately two miles south of the confluence of the Weber and Ogden rivers and about one-quarter mile west of the end of Ogden's modern 28th ... The city was later renamed Ogden after another early trapper Peter Skene Ogden ...
Lorin Farr
1820 – January 12, 1909) was a Mormon pioneer and the first mayor of Ogden, Utah ... called as president of the newly formed Weber Stake, which required him to move to Ogden ... He also served as the first mayor of Ogden, a member of the Utah Territorial Legislature and in 1870 to 1871 served as a missionary in the British Isles ...
Mount Ogden
... Mount Ogden is a peak in Weber County, Utah, in the northern Wasatch Range ... Mount Ogden has an elevation of 9570 feet (2917 meters) ... Mount Ogden is home to Snowbasin ski resort, where the 2002 Olympics downhill ski races were held ...