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    Willard Historic District

    99 N Main St, Willard, UT 84340

    The first designated historic district in Utah, the Willard district reflects the Welsh heritage of many of the earliest settlers. The main builder of the homes was Shadrach Jones, a Welsh stonemason, and the homes are mainly Greek Revival and Gothic in style, forming the largest grouping of...

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    Honeyville Stone Houses Scenic Drive

    6955 Utah 38, Honeyville, UT 84314

    Drive north from Brigham City along Highway 38, and you will see many late-nineteenth-century stone houses built from locally-quarried stone and generally reflecting vernacular building styles of the period. These charming private residences were built by pioneers and are now a part of...

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    Corinne, The Gentile Capital of Utah

    2499 N 4000 W, Corinne, UT 84307

    The town of Corinne, Utah, was established in 1869 and for about a decade, it was known as “The Gentile Capital of Utah.” (In Utah, the common use of the term “gentile” usually refers to non-Mormons rather than non-Jews, though it is used both ways.) The town was established to be just...

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    Brigham City Tabernacle

    Built on “Sagebrush Hill,” on a site chosen in 1865 by Brigham Young himself, this tabernacle took nearly fifteen years to build, then it was gutted by fire in 1896. The formerly somewhat plain building was rebuilt with a Gothic Revival tower and sixteen pinnacles. Free guided tours are...
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    Brigham City Mormon Co-op Buildings

    5 N Main St, Brigham City, UT 84302

    In the 1860s, Brigham Young instituted what came to be known as the “cooperative movement” in Utah. With the new transcontinental railroad came goods made elsewhere, and the church leaders feared that materialism and covetousness would grow among the Mormons. A system of businesses owned...