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Historical Markers in Fountain Green, Utah

 
Clickable Map of Sanpete 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 Sanpete County, UT (67) Carbon County, UT (39) Emery County, UT (26) Juab County, UT (26) Millard County, UT (33) Sevier County, UT (30) Utah County, UT (115)  SanpeteCounty(67) Sanpete County (67)  CarbonCounty(39) Carbon County (39)  EmeryCounty(26) Emery County (26)  JuabCounty(26) Juab County (26)  MillardCounty(33) Millard County (33)  SevierCounty(30) Sevier County (30)  UtahCounty(115) Utah County (115)
Manti is the county seat for Sanpete County
Fountain Green is in Sanpete County
      Sanpete County (67)  
ADJACENT TO SANPETE COUNTY
      Carbon County (39)  
      Emery County (26)  
      Juab County (26)  
      Millard County (33)  
      Sevier County (30)  
      Utah County (115)  
 
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1Utah (Sanpete County), Fountain Green — 394 — Fountain Green
After Albert Petty surveyed this site in 1859, pioneers came, built homes, erected a meeting house of logs cut by William Gibson and Asbury Parks. In 1861, Bishop Robert L. Johnson opened first store and hotel. Polly Johnson was first Relief Society . . . Map (db m75193) HM
2Utah (Sanpete County), Fountain Green — Lewis Lund
This monument replaces one previously erected north of town near the site of this historical event. Over the years the original marker was weather-eroded and vandalized. Lewis Lund an eighteen year-old herdsman, along with Jasper Robertson, Swen . . . Map (db m75191) HM
3Utah (Sanpete County), Fountain Green — 172 — Uinta Springs Settlement
This location, later called Fountain Green, was a favorite camping place for travelers. Sept. 30, 1853, James Nelson, Wm. Luke, Wm. Reed and Thos. Clark, while camping here with their ox teams, were killed by Indians. Under direction of Brigham . . . Map (db m75228) HM
 
 
  
  
 
 
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May. 26, 2022