Cache County Relic Hall ~ 9
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N 41° 43.744 W 111° 50.298
12T E 430279 N 4620035
This marker commemorates a building used to house pioneer relics for historical purposes. It appears that this building is no longer in existence.
Waymark Code: WMB0HF
Location: Utah, United States
Date Posted: 03/20/2011
Published By:Groundspeak Premium Member JacobBarlow
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Daughters of Utah Pioneers
No. 9
Erected Sept. 12, 1935
Cache County Relic Hall
Erected in 1861 by Hezekiah Thatcher, assisted by Robert Murdock, Robert Crookston, and John Hill, who quarried the building stones in Green Canyon and placed them in these walls. Hand made shingles covered the roof. The building was originally used as a barn. The lower portion as livestock stable, and the upper portion as a hay loft, and carriage room. It was later used as one of the school buildings of the Brigham Young College. In 1926 when the B.Y.U. closed, the Church leased it to Cache County Company, Daughters of Utah Pioneers. It was dedicated for their use on June 16, 1927.
Cache County Company

(Etched in Stone Below Marker)
Lest We Forget

Marker Name: Cache County Relic Hall

Marker Number: 9

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