“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Santa Clara, Utah

Clickable Map of Washington County, Utah and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Washington County, UT (130) Iron County, UT (58) Kane County, UT (118) Mohave County, AZ (100) Lincoln County, NV (34)  WashingtonCounty(130) Washington County (130)  IronCounty(58) Iron County (58)  KaneCounty(118) Kane County (118)  MohaveCountyArizona(100) Mohave County (100)  LincolnCountyNevada(34) Lincoln County (34)
St. George is the county seat for Washington County
Santa Clara is in Washington County
      Washington County (130)  
      Iron County (58)  
      Kane County (118)  
      Mohave County, Arizona (100)  
      Lincoln County, Nevada (34)  
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1Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — Frederick and Anna Reber Home
Fredrick and Anna Reber reached Santa Clara in November of 1861. Laboring with other members of their faith, they forged an existence out of the barren, sandy valley that had been their destination. In direct contrast to their native Switzerland, . . . Map (db m59194) HM
2Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — Hug-Gubler Home
The Henry Hug family came to Santa Clara with the original Swiss Company in November of 1861. The Hugs and other members of this group lived in their wagon boxes and hillside dugouts until more adequate shelters could be built. The Hugs built this . . . Map (db m59188) HM
3Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — Jacob Hamblin Home
The Jacob Hamblin Home was built in 1862-1863. The home's construction materials were obtained locally-ponderosa pine from Pine Valley and rock from nearby hillsides. Pioneer craftsmen from Cedar City laid the stone in what is know as a coursed . . . Map (db m59201) HM
4Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — John George and Susette Bosshard Hafen Home
This 1 ½ story Victorian, eclectic crosswing home is believed to have been built in 1881. The adobe bricks that form the walls were made on the property from sand and clay from the backyard and the nearby hill to the north. Some of the other . . . Map (db m59199) HM
5Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — Preston and Vella Ruth Hafen Home
The term Period Revival refers to a wide range of historically based house styles favored by the American public for nearly half a century. A number of these styles, including Spanish Colonial, English Tudor, Mission, Pueblo, and French Norman were . . . Map (db m59196) HM
6Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — Santa Clara Merc
Right from the beginning, the Santa Clara Merc developed a presence on the main street of this small western town. Morphing from a one-room operation to a small, free-standing unit to a thriving mercantile that supplied needed essentials to . . . Map (db m59115) HM
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7Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — Santa Clara Relief Society House
The Santa Clara Relief Society House was built in 1907. It was spearheaded by the sisters of the community who belonged to the local ward of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is a simple frontier dwelling that demonstrates . . . Map (db m59117) HM
8Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — Santa Clara Tithing Granary
The Santa Clara Tithing Granary was built in 1902-1903 by the Santa Clara First Ward of the St. George Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Tithing granaries were used throughout Utah during pioneer times as a depository for . . . Map (db m59114) HM
9Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — 49 — Swiss Colony
November 28, 1861 about 93 pioneers under the leadership of Daniel Bonelli, were sent by President Brigham Young to settle southern Utah and raise cotton and grapes. They located at the fort built by Jacob Hamblin and others along Santa Clara Creek, . . . Map (db m59019) HM
10Utah (Washington County), Santa Clara — The Settling of Santa Clara / First Public Buildings / Missionaries and Settlers
[Side A:]The Settling of Santa ClaraThomas Carlyle said of the Switzers, "They are honest people... they are not philosophers or tribunes; but frank, honest landsmen." In April 1861 a company of Mormon converts from Switzerland, . . . Map (db m59190) HM
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Dec. 6, 2022