Governor's Proclamation Proclaiming May 10, 1993, "Golden Spike Day" in Utah.
Issued: April 18, 1993
I, Michael O. Leavitt, Governor of the State of Utah, hereby proclaim May 10, 1993
"GOLDEN SPIKE DAY" - in Utah
And encourage all citizens to wear appropriate pioneer dress and participate in the special activities of the 124th Anniversary of the Driving of the Golden Spike - the Great Event that united our nation at a most critical time in our history, and honor the great men who built to completion and those who gave their lives, in the construction of The First ranscontinental Railroad The Laurel Tie was placed; the Golden Spike was Driven May 10, 1869 Promontory Summit, Box Elder County, Utah
Signed this date, April 18, 1993
Salt Lake City, Utah
Michael O. Leavitt
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