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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Utah County, Utah
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|On East Center Street, on the right when traveling east. |
|On July 29, 1776, Fathers Francisco Atanasio Dominguez and Silvestre Valez de Escalante led an exploration party of ten horsemen from Sante Fe, New Mexico to establish an overland route to Monterey, California, while spreading the Catholic faith to . . . — — Map (db m148739) HM|
|On West 7300 South, on the right when traveling west. |
|The Spanish Fork Indian Farm Reservation Comprising 20 square miles and extending from this state highway and the Spanish Fork River to Utah Lake, was set apart in 1854 by Brigham Young, Utah Supt. of U.S. Indian Affairs. Joseph E. Beck was . . . — — Map (db m148765) HM|
|Near U.S. 6 at milepost 202, on the right when traveling west. |
|Original homestead at this site by Simeon Comfort & Edith Hannah Cornaby Powell.
Edith Amelia P. "Sackett"
Simeon James P.
Hannah Caroline P. "Williams"
Samuel March P.
Alma J. P.
William T. & Hannah C. P. . . . — — Map (db m148617) HM|
|On Spring Lake Road at 12400 South, on the left when traveling south on Spring Lake Road. |
|When the Ute Indian Chief, Black Hawk died on September 27, 1870 near Spring Lake and was buried by his tribe in a nearby ravine, there was laid to rest a man designated by Brigham Young as "The most formidable foe amongst the Redman" that the . . . — — Map (db m148894) HM|
|On South State Street 0.2 miles south of West 12400 South, on the left when traveling south. |
|In 1859, James Pace and James Butler built large adobe home on this site, purchased by Joseph E. Johnson, 1861. He and brothers Benjamin F. and George W. operated many industries: drug stores, fruit-tree nursery, trunk factory, sorghum mill, . . . — — Map (db m148896) HM|
|On South Main Street at West 300 South, on the right when traveling south on South Main Street. |
|This building was constructed in 1890 as the retail furniture store of James Caffrey and Samuel Davis, partners in the firm Caffrey & Davis ( "Furniture, Carpets, and Wallpaper"), operating here until 1907, when it was purchased by Walter and . . . — — Map (db m148668) HM|
|On North Main Street, on the right when traveling north. |
|In 1851, Jacob Houtz, James Porter, and Edward Hall built and operated a flour mill near here. Norton Jacobs, the first miller, made and installed the machinery.
in 1860, Jacob Houtz and William Bringhurst built a woolen mill one third mile . . . — — Map (db m148672) HM|
|On Left Fork Hobble Creek Road, on the left when traveling north. |
|In Memory of
Sept 9, 1809 - Dec 8 1890
Homesteaded this ranch
— — Map (db m62609) HM|
|On West Center Street, on the right when traveling west. |
|The Nephi and Annie Kindred House was constructed in 1896 by mason Andrew Berkley and carpenter Reuben Richardson. Nephi was a well-known blacksmith in Springville during the 1890s. He died however, before the house was completed. Annie sold the . . . — — Map (db m148670) HM|
|On East 400 South, on the right when traveling east. |
|Dedicated July 4, 1937, by LDS Church Apostle David O. McKay as a "sanctuary of beauty and a temple of mediation, " this edifice is one of over 230 public works building constructed in Utah under the New Deal programs during the Depression years. It . . . — — Map (db m148667) HM|
|On South 200 East, on the right when traveling north. |
|In 1877 the Rev. George Leonard established a Presbyterian Church and Mission School in Springville. In 1892-1893, this church was built just south of the Presbyterian Hungerford Academy, the only school then providing education from elementary . . . — — Map (db m148669) HM|
|On North 200 West at West 200 North, on the right when traveling north on North 200 West. |
|On September 18, 1850, the first pioneers arrived in Springville and camped on this lot. Covered with tall grasses and supplied with plenty of spring water, bordered on the east by lofty mountains, on the west by the sparkling waters of Utah Lake, . . . — — Map (db m148671) HM|
|On Hobble Creek Canyon Road 0.3 miles east of Grindstone Drive, on the right when traveling east. |
|Joseph and Elizabeth Potter Kelly, Springville Pioneers of 1852 homesteaded 160 acres in Hobble Creek Canyon which remained in the Kelly family for 79 years (three generations).
This was an old Ute Indian camping ground, and here the Pioneer . . . — — Map (db m148666) HM|
|The first inhabitants of West Mountain were a band of ancient Fremont Indians from 300-1000 A.D. They recorded their existence on rock art near the north point.
The first recorded Mormon settlers were George & Eliza Rust. Other settlers in the . . . — — Map (db m148897) HM|
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