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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Manti, Utah
Location of Manti, Utah
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Third fort built in Manti
Location: 9 blocks in center of city
Construction: Rock, adobe, and
mud-filled wood frame
Walls: 12' high, 3' wide at base,
2' wide at top
Protection of settlers livestock
From Indian . . . — — Map (db m74944) HM|
|This house, built about 1858, is a significant example of one of the traditional building designs found in early Utah vernacular architecture. Three of Manti's most prominent families lived here. Orville Southerland Cox, the builder, was a leading . . . — — Map (db m74946) HM|
|This house has two markers
John Patten House
The John Patten House was constructed c.1854 of limestone. John Patten came to Utah in 1850 and settled in Manti. He was active in community affairs serving as a representative to the . . . — — Map (db m74950) HM|
|This Victorian Eclectic and Queen Anne style house remains as one of the most distinctive architectural landmarks of Manti. The house, which initially consisted of only two rooms, was begun in 1896 by Lewis R. (L.R.) Anderson. After he returned from . . . — — Map (db m74921) HM|
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|Built in 1910-11, the Manti Carnegie Library is one of 23 Carnegie Libraries in Utah and one of over 1650 library buildings in the United States that were built by millionaire/philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Carnegie donated the entire cost of the . . . — — Map (db m74945) HM|
|November 3, 1873, the Manti City Council under Mayor A. W. Bessey, "Motioned and carried that work on the City Hall be commenced without delay," and May 1, 1882, "The council tendered a vote of thanks to the building committees for their energetic . . . — — Map (db m74947) HM|
|This pioneer cabin, one of the first erected in Manti, was built inside the log fort, about 1853 by Nathaniel S. Beach. He later moved it to 104 West 2nd North where it was purchased by William and Johannah Richey, as a home for their family. At one . . . — — Map (db m74949) HM|
|This monument and replica pioneer dugout honor the founders of Manti City and Sanpete County.
At the invitation of Wakara, Chief of the Ute Indian Nation, the Prophet Brigham Young sent Isaac Morley with 224 pioneers to make the Sanpitch Valley . . . — — Map (db m74952) HM|
|This mission church and school constructed in 1881 of native oolite limestone in the Greek Revival style was designed by architect Peter Van Houghton of Salt Lake City. The church was constructed under the supervision of Reverend G.W. Martin who . . . — — Map (db m74922) HM|
Under direction of Bishop Isaac Morley 224 pioneers arrived in this vicinity Nov. 22, 1849. In response to an invitation from Indian Chief Walker to President Brigham Young. Their first homes were dugouts in the south side of Temple Hill. That . . . — — Map (db m44489) HM|
|On April 25 1877, the pioneer colonizers of Manti -- the fourth community established in Utah -- began taking form the south side of this hill the oolite stone from which to build their temple. The third of these sacred edifices erected in Utah, it . . . — — Map (db m44485) HM|