In July 2021 the Ogden City Council approved an honorary road name for West 2nd Street: Chief Little Soldier Way. All the concrete and cars hardly reflect 2nd Street's Native American history, so it is important that the name of a Shoshone chief is visible on the top of 2nd Street signposts to elevate Shoshone history to its proper stature and acknowledge West 2nd Street and the surrounding land as Native American camping grounds. This is a starting point inviting all to learn of the unique Shoshone history and listen to Native American voices and perspectives today.
Also, amid the busy clamor of 2nd Street is tucked away "The Oldest Neighborhood in Ogden". The 1851 pioneer Bingham Farm and six houses from the the 1860s are rare and unique treasures located on the grounds of the 1853 Bingham Fort.  These are among the oldest landmarks in Ogden.
The four honorary road signs for Chief Little Soldier Way extend between the east-west borders of Bingham Fort, which are roughly from Wall Ave. to Century Dr. The DUP monument and the crosswalk, a bit west of Century Dr., are located on the actual line of the west wall of Bingham Fort.
Placing the honorary Chief Little Soldier Way signs in the confines of Bingham Fort reminds us of two facts:
The Shoshone were free to enter the fort and camp in the open center portion.
2In the winter of 1854-55, the Shoshone were without food because the pioneer herds had denuded Mother Earth of the seeds, grass and plants that the Shoshone gathered for food. So, the Shoshone lived in the fort with the settlers and shared food and labor until the weather warmed enough that they could go on a long hunt.
The six blocks of 2nd Street west of Five Points has many old houses built before 1920; twelve of these homes were built by pioneers.  The Native American camping grounds, the 1851 farm, and the twelve pioneer houses make 2nd Street the Oldest Neighborhood in Ogden.
1880 pioneer adobe house at 226 2nd Street.
 - The addresses of the five old houses of the 1860s that still remain on W. 2nd St. in Bingham Fort are: 152 W. 2nd St., 159 W. 2nd St. rear, 150 W. 2nd St. rear, 142 W. 2nd St., and 386 W. 2nd St.
 - Some of these old houses are hard to recognize as they have been covered with siding; some are not visible from the street; follow guide.