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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Toquerville
Toquerville, Utah and Vicinity
▶ Washington County (130) ▶ Iron County (58) ▶ Kane County (118) ▶ Mohave County, Arizona (90) ▶ Lincoln County, Nevada (31)
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|In early June 1854, eight members of the Southern Utah Indian Mission left Harmony to visit Toquer, chief of the Paiute Indian band living on lower Ash Creek. Chief Toquer's tribe referred to themselves as Paiute, Toquit, or Toquart Indians. They . . . — — Map (db m59467) HM|
Old Jail Rock
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|In 1854 President Brigham Young sent scouts to locate sites for settlement. Indians living here called it Toquer (Meaning Black). In 1858 eight families were sent from New Harmony to colonize here. They named it Toquerville, which became the county . . . — — Map (db m59465) HM|