50 North Main Street, Paris, ID 83261
This courthouse was designed by Truman O. Angell, the architect who also designed the Salt Lake City Mormon Temple, Brigham Young’s Salt Lake residence, and many other buildings in the region. It has had additions, and its style is described in its National Register listing as “Late 19th and...
161 Third NW Street, Georgetown, ID 83239
This small pioneer building is over 125 years old and in its early days functioned as a school, local chapel, and meeting...
1 Main St, St Charles, ID 83272
This monument honors the birthplace of Guston Borglum, the sculptor of Mount...
661 Washington St, Montpelier, ID 83254
2842 N Bear Lake Blvd, Fish Haven, UT 83287
The intersection of US Hwy 89 and US Hwy 30 at Montpelier is the site of the attractive National Oregon-California Trail Center dedicated to the history and scenic wonders of the 2000-mile Oregon-California Trail, part of the largest voluntary migration ever. The sites in this area are...
98 S Main St, Paris, ID 83261
This Romanesque-style Mormon tabernacle was constructed in 1889 of red sandstone from a quarry 18 miles away. This place of worship is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is still used by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. A small museum houses...
S 1st E St, Randolph, UT 84064
This three-cell jail was built in 1880 of plank and five tons of spikes. Operated by the local chapter of Daughters of Utah Pioneers. The DUP Museum is a log cabin near the jail, and both sites are owned and operated by the...
75 South Main Street, Randolph, UT 84064
This two room log cabin houses artifacts and information about early Mormon leaders. Wilford Woodruff, the third president of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints lived here. The building now serves as a visitors information centers. Tours of the cabin...
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