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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Salina, Utah
Location of Salina, Utah
► Sevier County (30) ► Beaver County (19) ► Emery County (26) ► Millard County (33) ► Piute County (5) ► Sanpete County (67) ► Wayne County (18)
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Salina Creek Camp F-32 Co-479
Civilian Conservation Corps.
United States Army
Branch Camp No. 4
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|Erection of the first L.D.S. Church in Salina was commenced in 1864 when rocks were hauled from a quarry two miles away. Soren Neilson, a stonecutter, supervised the work. When the structure was built to the square, the people used it as a fort. . . . — — Map (db m74860) HM|
|During the winter of 1864 a small band of Indians near Gunnison contracted smallpox and blamed the settlers. In April 1865 the Utes and Whites met at Manti to solve the difficulties but failed. Elijah B. Ward and James P. Anderson were killed by . . . — — Map (db m74857) HM|
|Work on the Fort began in 1865. The Fort was 214 feet square, on ground purchased from Christian Sorenson. The walls were 10 feet high, and 2 feet thick, with bastions 10 feet square at the four corners, with port holes in walls and bastions. Inside . . . — — Map (db m74859) HM|
|Erected in 1884 as a memorial to Helen Rutgers Crosby of New York City, this church and school was one of several Presbyterian churches built in central Utah's Sanpete and Sevier Valleys under the direction of Reverend Duncan McMillan, Presbyterian . . . — — Map (db m74858) HM|