4th Grade Utah History Program

Date: Monday, May 20, 2019
Time: 8:45am-9:30am (ish)
What: 4th-grade presentation of, “Utah, This is the Place”
What to wear: Students are to dress up as either a Pioneer, Mountain man or Native American Indian (as a last resort, students may wear their Athlos uniform). Students MUST bring their uniform and gym shoes to change into because they will be doing assessments during Athletics that day.

Music for Practice

Utah…This Is The Place

Utah Indians

The First White Men In Utah

Fur Traders and Trappers

Utah Pioneers

Iron Wheels A Rollin’

Looking Back

The 29 Counties Of Utah

There’s No Place Like Utah


Lyrics and Narration

Attached below are the words for all the songs we are singing as well as the narration parts for anyone interested in auditioning to be a narrator. The narration does not need to be memorized but the student should know their part well. Auditions will be during school.

Narration-Utah This Is The Place

PROGRAM-Lyrics-Utah This Is The Place

Costume Ideas

Students may dress up as either a Mountain Man, Pioneer or Native American Indian. Our goal is to be as historically accurate as possible, but please don’t feel like you need to go out and buy something. Most of these can be found around the house or borrowed from a neighbor but as a last resort, students are welcome to simply wear their Athlos uniform.

(Must follow Athlos dress code ie. shoulders and midriff covered)

Mountain Man


Long pants and coat, leather & furs hanging all over, fur or felt hat. Empty holsters and leather belts. Leather pouches.


GIRLS: Long cotton dress/skirt, button-up shirt, bonnet or straw hat,

BOYS: Long pants, button-up shirt, boots, straw or cowboy hat, suspenders

Native American Indian

Long dress/pants in either cotton or leather, braids, beads or feathers in hair (not standing straight up), beads or turquoise jewelry, moccasins. No face paint, headdress (of any kind) or “Pocahontas” style outfits (as that isn’t historically accurate).

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