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These markers can be found in eleven countries (Canada, Denmark, England, Germany, Holland, Ireland, Norway, Scotland, Sweden, Switzerland, Wales) and thirteen States (Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Wyoming)--although the majority of them are located in Utah and Idaho, more markers are constantly being placed.
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D.U.P. Historic MarkersSettlement of San Bernardino - 302

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Located in the S/W Corner of the Grounds around San Bernardino County Courthouse. Note: The plaques on this monument have been removed and placed in safe storage after an attempted theft of two of them.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member fresgo

location: California

date approved: 5/11/2008

last visited: 3/9/2016

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersUtah's First Fort - 295

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On this ten acre square during the years 1847-1849 stood the first fort, historic Mormon bastion, sometimes called the "Plymouth Rock of the West." Homes were erected of logs or adobe, side by side, with the rear walls forming a...

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/28/2008

last visited: 5/20/2015

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersWeber River Crossing and Campsite - 519

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The first known overland travelers to cross the Weber River, at a point .4-mile directly in front of this marker, were the Harlan-Young, Lienhard, and Donner-Reed parties of 1846.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/26/2008

last visited: 6/20/2011

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersPorterville - 433

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Porterville was settled by the members of the Porter family. Sanford Porter, Jr., while on duty as a scout in the winter of 1857-58, rode into a canyon so rocky and difficult to travel that he named it Hardscrabble.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/26/2008

last visited: 6/28/2014

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersFirst Settlers in Castle Dale - 152

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Responding to a call from Brigham Young, Orange Seeley organized groups in Sanpete County to settle Castle Valley. Sheep and cattlemen had been here earlier. In 1877 the first settlers located in Castle Dale, building their first dugouts...

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/22/2008

last visited: 10/19/2011

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersSwiss Colony - 49

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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.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/11/2008

last visited: 3/25/2016

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersFort Cedar - 222

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In November 1851, thirty-five men from Parowan settled Cedar City. A unique temporary encampment, composed of their wagon boxes and sage brush walls, sheltered them through the first winter. In 1853, a fort 100 rods square was built on this site....

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/11/2008

last visited: 10/28/2011

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersWest Layton Meeting House - 539

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As pioneer settlers spread out onto the rangelands of Kaysville along the two branches of Kays Creek, those in the north, who made their living dry farming and stock raising, separated from Kaysville to form their own town. It was named Layton....

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 1/6/2016

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersThe Old Emigrant Road - 450

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The Old Emigrant Road started at Salt Lake City, Utah, and ended at the City of the Rocks, Idaho, where it formed a junction with the California Trail. This road was also known as Bluff Road, Old Traveled Road, and the Salt Lake Cutoff....

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 3/28/2012

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersPioneer Cabin - 89

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Plain City was settled in 1859 by a group of pioneers from Lehi. The city was laid out in five-acre squares of four lots each, the work being done at night with the North Star as a guide to mark the blocks accurately.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 12/13/2015

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersMuskrat Springs-Hooper - 397

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Hooper was first called Muskrat Springs because of the spring, the main fresh water supply in the area. Mm. A. Hooper built a herd house 1853. Jessie W. Fox surveyed the range 1858. James Hale and his wife came 1863. Lived in a dugout and sold salt.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 12/15/2015

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersClinton - 391

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In 1870, the Wm. J. Hill, Chauncey Hadlock families built homes in this area. Culinary water was brought from Weber River in barrels until the Fife Community Irrigation Ditch was finished. D.P. Davis, first school teacher, charged $5.00 per child.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 12/28/2015

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersSettlement of Clearfield - 239

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Clearfield was first known as Sand Ridge where dry farming began in 1869. First settlers, Richard and Emily Hamblin built a small dugout with dirt floor and thatched roof of sagebrush and dirt in 1877. Drinking water was hauled from Layton.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 6/1/2011

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersStage Coach Station - 251

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On this spot stood the Layton Stage Coach Station on the Utah, Idaho, Montana (Virigina City) trail. It was established in 1857 by Ben Holladay, and carried mail and passengers between Salt Lake and points north and west. Isaac Brown was the keeper.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 5/1/2013

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersOriginal Church Farm - 68

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In July, 1855, the first settlers in Cache Valley, 23 men and 2 women, under the leadership of Martin Ensign and Bryant Stringham, came to Willow Valley with about 2,000 cattle and established Elk Horn Ranch near Haw Bush Spring...

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 9/7/2011

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersLOGAN'S HYDRO-ELECTRIC PLANT - 322

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In 1880, Gustave Lundberg and Christian Carff, planing mill operators, set up a direct current electric light plant, probably the first in Utah. It was a small Thompson-Houston machine with a capacity of fifty arcs, providing five lights for Logan...

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 9/7/2011

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersOld Fort of Franklin - 93

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Franklin, the first permanent Anglo-Saxon settlement in Idaho was settled in 1860 by a group of Mormon pioneer families.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Idaho

date approved: 4/9/2008

last visited: 5/5/2021

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersPioneer Ferry and Bridge - 236

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Concrete shaft located one-half mile west on Bear River marks the site of the Nathan William Packer toll Ferry and Bridge.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Idaho

date approved: 4/7/2008

last visited: 6/27/2007

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersFirst Las Vegas Post Office - 170

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This First Las Vegas Post Office D.U.P. historic marker is located at the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Marine Biologist

location: Nevada

date approved: 4/4/2008

last visited: 11/15/2016

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersLas Vegas Fort - 40

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This Las Vegas Fort D.U.P. historic marker is located at the Old Las Vegas Mormon Fort State Historic Park in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Marine Biologist

location: Nevada

date approved: 4/2/2008

last visited: 2/23/2018

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersAmmon - 167

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This village, first called South Iona, was settled by Latter-Day Saints.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Idaho

date approved: 3/27/2008

last visited: never

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersPioneer Women - 186

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Attacks by the Indians on the peaceful inhabitants in this vicinity led to the final battle here January 29th, 1863. The conflict occurred in deep snow and bitter cold, scores of wounded and frozen soldiers were taken....

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Idaho

date approved: 3/27/2008

last visited: 6/17/2011

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D.U.P. Historic Markers Mormon Pioneer Adobes - 490

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Estimate location of the adobe home built by John Conrad Naile.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member ucdvicky

location: California

date approved: 2/8/2008

last visited: 8/7/2008

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D.U.P. Historic Markers Pioneer Schoolhouse & Chapel - 246

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Estimated location of the first American school house non-catholic. It was built in 1850 and is said to be the first LDS chapel in California.

posted by: Groundspeak Regular Member ucdvicky

location: California

date approved: 2/7/2008

last visited: 8/7/2008

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D.U.P. Historic MarkersSaramarie J. Van Dyke Carriage House - 389

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A registered member of Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Mrs. Van Dyke willed her entire estate to the organization to be used as a memorial to her. The request, plus accumulated Central Company savings, contributions from every member and many friends....

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow

location: Utah

date approved: 2/6/2008

last visited: 3/14/2012

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