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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Spring City
Spring City, Utah and Vicinity
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|This elegant stone house was built in 1883 for Isaac Behunin, one of the first settlers in Sanpete County. Mixing Gothic style inspired dormers with Greek cornice detailing, the house exemplifies the decorative eclecticism found in Mormon domestic . . . — — Map (db m150179) HM|
|Local carpenters and stonemasons constructed this building in 1893 to serve as a civic meeting hall. It was also used as a schoolhouse until the big school was opened in 1900. the simple forms, symmetrical facade, and Greek revival style cornice are . . . — — Map (db m75056) HM|
|The Lyceum Theater, later known as Victory Hall, was constructed in 1915 by John Baxter. The theater was used for school productions, plays, and convocations through the 1940s. Later the theater served as an LDS cultural and recreation center. — — Map (db m75053) HM|
|This one-and-one-half-story brick cross-wing house was built in 1909, replacing a two-room adobe cabin belonging to Louis Lund. It was built for Mary Ann Allred, one of three wives of James Anderson Allred. Mary came to Utah in 1855 at the age of . . . — — Map (db m75045) HM|
|The Niels H. Borresen House, one of the oldest stone houses in Spring City, was constructed about 1864. The stone walls of this hall-parlor house are two feet thick. Born in Denmark, Niels converted to the LDS church in in his native country in . . . — — Map (db m75043) HM|
|This wood frame, false front commercial building was built at the turn of the twentieth century. "Drummers," or traveling salesmen, used the building to display their goods to local merchants. Later it served the town as the firehouse and may have . . . — — Map (db m75055) HM|
|Rasmus Justesen was a sheepman and polygamist who built this 1-1/2 story stucco-over-adobe house for his first wife, Sarah Shepherd and her family. In addition to his sheep business, Rasmus fought in the Black Hawk Indian War, sat on the Spring City . . . — — Map (db m75048) HM|
|William Sandstrom built this two-story frame and adobe commercial building in 1911. The first floor operated as a pool hall with a dance hall above. Later in the century, it was operated as a grocery store. It also served as the post office and, . . . — — Map (db m75054) HM|
|This spring was long used by Indians and early scouts as a camp site. James Allred, directed by Brigham Young on March 22, 1852 led his sons and their families here to build their homes. In 1853 a large colony of Scandinavian emigrants joined them. . . . — — Map (db m75059) HM|
|This small, brick one-part commercial block was built by John R. Baxter in 1915 and at first operated as a confectionery in conjunction with the theater. It served as a confectionery for over 63 years, selling penny candy and operating as an ice . . . — — Map (db m75052) HM|
|The pioneers of Spring City established a cemetery at this location in 1857. It is in the shape of the State of Utah. The earliest known burial was that of Newton Devine Allred in 1857. Three men who were casualties of the Black Hawk War, James . . . — — Map (db m150177) HM|
|In 1859, this area was resettled permanently by families of James Allred, Wm. Black, James Ellis, a large Danish colony of gifted craftsmen and stonemasons, and others. They surveyed the land, raised abundant crops, and became known as the . . . — — Map (db m75044) HM|
|William A. Ford, a blacksmith, built this frame and adobe house with clapboard siding about 1880. The house is a hall-parlor plan with a rear addition. Ford's blacksmith shop was located west of the house. The house was sold to Edward Sahlberg about . . . — — Map (db m75050) HM|