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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Uintah County, Utah

 
Clickable Map of Uintah County, Utah and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Uintah County, UT (12) Carbon County, UT (39) Daggett County, UT (2) Duchesne County, UT (4) Emery County, UT (26) Grand County, UT (27) Garfield County, CO (30) Moffat County, CO (8) Rio Blanco County, CO (7)  UintahCounty(12) Uintah County (12)  CarbonCounty(39) Carbon County (39)  DaggettCounty(2) Daggett County (2)  DuchesneCounty(4) Duchesne County (4)  EmeryCounty(26) Emery County (26)  GrandCounty(27) Grand County (27)  GarfieldCountyColorado(30) Garfield County (30)  MoffatCounty(8) Moffat County (8)  RioBlancoCounty(7) Rio Blanco County (7)
Adjacent to Uintah County, Utah
    Carbon County (39)
    Daggett County (2)
    Duchesne County (4)
    Emery County (26)
    Grand County (27)
    Garfield County, Colorado (30)
    Moffat County, Colorado (8)
    Rio Blanco County, Colorado (7)
 
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GEOGRAPHIC SORT
1Utah (Uintah County), Jensen — A Fremont Mystery
Near Josie Ranch Road 0.6 miles east of Cub Creek Road (Utah Route 149).
Perhaps a thousand years ago, someone climbed to the cliff face above, a stone tool in hand. Selecting an area of the sandstone darkened by minerals, that person began to chip away at the rock. After hours of chipping and carving, the image of a . . . Map (db m114460) HM
2Utah (Uintah County), Jensen — A Real Pioneer
Near Josie Ranch Road 1.7 miles east of Cub Creek Road (Utah Route 149).
Old homesteads are scattered throughout Dinosaur National Monument, each a memorial to hope and hard work. This cabin and the nearby structures are part of the homestead established by Josie Bassett Morris in the early 1900s. Nearing 40 . . . Map (db m114454) HM
3Utah (Uintah County), Jensen — 26 — Jensen (Mau-be) Ferry
On U.S. 40 at South 10500 East, on the left when traveling east on U.S. 40.
The first boat (framed together with wooden pegs) used for passengers and baggage was built and operated by Lars Jensen 2 ½ miles downstream from 1881 to 1909. It was replaced by a cable ferry for wagons in 1885, and a larger boat in . . . Map (db m114450) HM
4Utah (Uintah County), Jensen — Twentieth Century Homestead
Near Josie Ranch Road 1.7 miles east of Cub Creek Road (Utah Route 149).
Josie Bassett Morris made her home here until 1964. Today you're welcome to explore her homestead. Sit under the trees near Josie's cabin. She planted and nurtured them to provide fruit and shade. Walk the short trails to the canyons where Josie . . . Map (db m114453) HM
5Utah (Uintah County), Vernal — Cobble Rock Gas StationWhy Did Women Love this Place?
On West Main Street (U.S. 40) at Vernal Avenue (U.S. 191), on the right when traveling west on West Main Street.
What is now a vacant lot, located diagonally from you, was in 1930 the premium in elegance and service to the traveler. The Cobble Rock Gas Station offered friendly service to your road-beaten auto and was touted to be the only women's restroom . . . Map (db m114424) HM
6Utah (Uintah County), Vernal — Do Religion and Money Mix?A Tale of Two Banks
On West Main Street (U.S. 40) at South Vernal Avenue (U.S. 191), on the right when traveling east on West Main Street.
Diagonally across the street is the First Security Bank building. When it first opened on August 10, 1910, it was called the Uintah State Bank. The local Mormon population did not like the loan policies of the Catholic-managed Bank of Vernal, . . . Map (db m114433) HM
7Utah (Uintah County), Vernal — Farm Exchange Building
On Main Street (U.S. 40) east of 200 West Street, on the left when traveling east.
"They didn't have a lot of money, but they didn't know that they were poor." -Rebecca Kunz's (1892-1985) impressions of the Great Depression Built of concrete because it was considered fire proof, the building across from . . . Map (db m114423) HM
8Utah (Uintah County), Vernal — 340 — Fort Ashley Center
On West Main Street (U.S. 40) at North 100 West, on the right when traveling west on West Main Street.
Jeremiah Hatch came to Ashley Valley in 1878 as an Indian agent. Following the Meeker, Colorado massacre of 1879 he was instructed to build a fort as protection for white settlers. Their cabins, with cedar post buttresses between, formed part of . . . Map (db m114422) HM
9Utah (Uintah County), Vernal — 247 — Parcel Post Bank
On Main Street (U.S. 40) at South Vernal Avenue (U.S. 191), on the right when traveling east on Main Street.
September 1886 Samuel R. Bennion was sent here to establish a banking institution called the 'Ashley Co-op.' In 1903 the first pioneer bank was opened for business. In 1916 W.H. Coltharp erected this building with Salt Lake City brick. A full car . . . Map (db m114421) HM
10Utah (Uintah County), Vernal — Shipped Another 12,000 Hen Fruit by Parcel Post
On East Main Street (U.S. 40) west of South 100 East, on the right when traveling east.
The first business to occupy the corner across from you was Acorn Mercantile, a leading grocery and dry goods store. In 1915 Acorn boasted a shipment to Salt Lake City of 12,000 fresh eggs, which provided a solid market for the Ashley Valley . . . Map (db m114440) HM
11Utah (Uintah County), Vernal — Vernal Post Office
On West Main Street (U.S. 40) at 100 West Street, on the right when traveling east on West Main Street.
"If the gable end of old Hell would blow out, it wouldn't melt the snow in six months!" …exclaimed a frustrated and tired U.S. mail contractor who was late with his deliveries during the hard winter of 1879. His was the disagreeable job . . . Map (db m114428) HM
12Utah (Uintah County), Vernal — Where the Dollar has More Cents
On East Main Street (U.S. 40) at South Vernal Avenue (U.S. 191), on the right when traveling east on East Main Street.
Former Pony Express rider and ferryboat operator William Ashton brought his family to Vernal in 1879. William's sons and grandsons, all of whom engaged in retail trade, consolidated their businesses in 1922, opening Ashton Brothers Mercantile . . . Map (db m114441) HM
 
May. 8, 2021