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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Juab County, Utah
Adjacent to Juab County, Utah
▶ Millard County (33) ▶ Sanpete County (67) ▶ Tooele County (25) ▶ Utah County (112) ▶ White Pine County, Nevada (26)
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|This building, designed by architect Richard C. Watkins, served as the Eureka L.D.S. Ward Meetinghouse from its construction in 1902 until 1976. It was dedicated in 1903 by Apostle Reed Smoot. The Gothic Revival Style building has been an important . . . — — Map (db m75369) HM|
|Constructed in 1909-1910 by the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, Tintic Lodge #711 was designed by architects, Richard C. Watkins and John F. Birch and built by contractor, Martin E. Anderson, a Logan contractor. Cost of the building was . . . — — Map (db m75428) HM|
|The Eureka City Hall was built in 1899 by the Eureka City government and functioned as the offices for city court, mayor, sheriff, recorder, treasurer, council chamber and city volunteer fire department. John J. Pilgrim, a city official, drew the . . . — — Map (db m75426) HM|
|The Eureka Post Office was constructed in 1922 by the United States Government for the commercial center of the Tintic Mining District. James A. Wetmore served as “Acting Supervisory Architect.” The structure represents the only example . . . — — Map (db m75371) HM|
|Constructed in 1891 with funds secured from the local Methodists and the Mission Conference of 1890, this building is important in documenting the religious life of Eureka and Tintic. Methodism began in Tintic when Dr. Thomas C. Iliff visited and . . . — — Map (db m75370) HM|
|The Juab County Courthouse, built in 1891 for $5,000, served as the City Hall until 1899 when Eureka City Hall was built. This courthouse served as a jail for the county and much of the time for the city. It still functions as a County Courthouse . . . — — Map (db m75431) HM|
|This building was constructed in 1909 to serve as the new home of McCornick and Company bankers and has continued to the present to serve as a bank. McCornick and Company first came to Eureka in 1898, when they moved their bank, fixtures and all, . . . — — Map (db m75430) HM|
|Built circa 1894, this building served as the town post office until 1922, when a new post office building was constructed. In 1926 a merchandising company, known as "Everybody's" occupied the building. It is a good example of the commercial . . . — — Map (db m75429) HM|
|St. Patrick's Catholic Church, built in 1885, remains as one of the oldest Catholic Churches in Utah. Constructed under the direction of Reverend Denis Keily, the building represents both importance of Irish settlement in Tintic, as well as the . . . — — Map (db m75432) HM|
|This monument has two markers
Plaque A: (Side of monument)
Bullion Beck and Champion Mining Company Headframe
This massive sixty-five foot Montana-type headframe is the only remnant of the Bullion Beck and Champion Mining . . . — — Map (db m75433) HM|
|The discovery of the outcrop of the Sunbeam Lode and the subsequent organization of the Tintic Mining District on December 13, 1869, was the beginning of a mining district which ultimately became world-famous. The name is in honor of the Ute Indian . . . — — Map (db m75338) HM|
has been placed on the
of Historic Places
By the United States
Department of the Interior — — Map (db m75372) HM|
|Spring 1867, Church leader Erastus Snow helped select a new site for Chicken Creek Settlement, relocated due to unfavorable living conditions. Brigham Young named it Levan. Snow appointed Wm. Morgan and James Wilson as supervisors. Early in 1868, . . . — — Map (db m75457) HM|
|In 1902, construction began on a dam to
supply much needed irrigation water to
a very dry western Millard County. Fifteen
exhausting years later, Yuba Dam was
The water share holders were assessed $5 per
share to pay for building . . . — — Map (db m75458) HM|
|In July 1853, a trade of fish for flour between an Indian and Mrs. James Ivie, ended in a skirmish; one Indian died, Chief Walker refused peace offer of ponies, beef, flour and blankets unless Mr. Ivie stood trial by Indians; raids began. Colonel . . . — — Map (db m75456) HM|
|This structure, constructed c. 1930, is significant for it's association with the history of firefighting in Mammoth. In August 1912, the Mammoth City Council organized a volunteer firefighting unit, and on August 27, 1912, the first meeting of the . . . — — Map (db m75443) HM|
|Built as a boarding house in 1893 and converted to a hospital in 1902. The Tintic Hospital served the people of the Tintic mining district until 1933.
Originally operated by Drs. Mott, Townsend and Stephens, it was purchased by Dr. Steele . . . — — Map (db m75442) HM|
|In memory of our Mona School and the dedicated teachers, board members, custodians, students and citizens who made it great; we have built this monument from sandstone and brick recovered therefrom. The bell hereon, signaled the beginning of school . . . — — Map (db m75280) HM|
|This monument is erected in memory of the pioneers buried here. There are about 20, whose resting place surrounds this monument.
The first grave was that of Nancy Maria Biglow Love, who died November 27, and was buried November 28, 1852.
. . . — — Map (db m75292) HM|
|Burraston Ponds was the campsite of the Escalante Expedition, 27 September 1776, from Santa Fe to the Utah Basin. Father Escalante mapped this area and named this spring "Ojo de San Pablo" or Eye of Saint Paul.
The great Indian chiefs before . . . — — Map (db m75277) HM|
|The first settlers arrived here in 1851. A one room building was erected and used for Church and School in 1852. Candice Smith and George Spencer and wife were teachers. In 1855 a schoolhouse was erected inside the fort and early teachers were: . . . — — Map (db m75271) HM|
|This building has two markers
Daughters of Utah Pioneers Marker
Prisoners from Juab county were first held in the basement of the Social Hall that stood on the corner of Center Street and Second East in Nephi. The next jail . . . — — Map (db m75270) HM|
|Constructed in 1893 by Oscar M. Booth, this house is an excellent example of the Queen Anne architectural style in Utah. Some identifying features of the home include its side-hall plan, asymmetrical massing, long wrap-around porch, and the . . . — — Map (db m75268) HM|
|This monument replaces one previously erected (that crumbled through weather conditions) by Langley A. Bailey, Sr., Jacob Bowers and Henry Knowles in memory of the following pioneers: Jens Jergensen and wife, Jens Terkelsen and Christian E. Kjerulf . . . — — Map (db m75247) HM|
|Completed in November 1854 by the Pioneers of Salt Creek (Nephi) for protection against Indians. The inclosure was 3 blocks square, from 1st West to 2nd East and from 1st North to 2nd South Streets. Markers have been placed at the corners. The . . . — — Map (db m75272) HM|
|In 1859, John Hoile established a flour gristmill at First South between First and Second East. The mill consisted of a small one-story frame building. On June 20, 1870, the mill was bought by John Hague who operated it until he died in 1900. The . . . — — Map (db m75269) HM|