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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) is headquartered in Salt Lake City. As the city has historically been a center for Mormon settlement, it is sometimes known as the "Mormon capital". The city was founded by Brigham Young on July 24, 1847, and was incorporated on January 6, 1851. It served as the hub of its own Utah Territory from January 9 until December 28, 1856; at that time most government functions were moved to Great Salt Lake City (now part of West Valley City). In recent years several LDS Church temples have been built in or near downtown Salt Lake City: Temple Square 1983; adjacent Assembly Hall 1986; Family History Library 1993; and an administrative building 2004–2005.