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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 pioneer stone homes in Utah. Some forty […]

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    Wilford Woodruff Home

    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 available.

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    Wellsville Tabernacle

    75 S 100 E Wellsville, UT 84339

    This tabernacle was once used as a meeting house by early members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons). It was built in 1908 and reflects Mormon architecture at the beginning of the twentieth century. Its Gothic English architecture and chapel with balcony, wooden benches and slanting floor are unique among Cache […]

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    Wellsville Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum

    75 S 100 E Wellsville, UT 84339

    See a collection of pioneer artifacts and take a tour of the Mormon tabernacle in the first town to be established in Cache Valley (the south end of the valley, just off Hwy 89/91).

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    Pioneering Adventures

    220 West 2nd North Street, Paris, ID 83261

    Pioneer style living farm. Hay wagon & covered wagon rides, Dutch oven dinners, tipi village, camping, reunions and special events, including hand cart treks with Pioneer program. Visit Pioneering Adventures on their website.

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    Pioneer Historic Byway

    181 S State St, Franklin, ID 83237

    On this route, travelers can retrace some steps of Idaho’s pioneers and follow the path taken by early-day Yellowstone Park visitors. From Franklin, Idaho’s oldest settlement, it follows US Hwy 91 north to Preston, then Idaho State Hwy 34 north through Thatcher and Grace to US Hwy 30. It then goes east to Soda Springs, where it […]

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    Oneida Stake Academy

    90 E Oneida St, Preston, ID 83263

    The Oneida Stake Academy was one of many schools founded by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It was started in 1888 in Frankiln, Idaho. When the time came in 1889 to build a building for the academy, Preston was chosen as the location because it was centrally located in the region. It is […]

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    Martin Harris Pagaent

    W 11000 N, Clarkston, UT 84305

    The town of Clarkston is home to an annual pageant chronicling the life of LDS Church leader Martin Harris, who helped finance the first printing of the Book of Mormon. Harris is buried in Clarkston, where he made his home during the last part of his life. According to the pageant website, “Now over 20 […]

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    Logan Tabernacle

    100 North Main, Logan, UT 84321

    The Tabernacle was completed in 1891 and is a striking example of an early Mormon pioneer public meetinghouse.  A beautiful pipe organ was installed in 1908 and the building is used for Church conferences, community concerts, and other presentations.  An extensive genealogy library is located in the basement of the building where volunteers can help […]

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    Logan Regional Family History Center

    50 North Main, Logan, UT 84321

    Find out about your family history at this fascinating center, which has computers that tie into the famous genealogy library located in Salt Lake City. Just type in your name, and find a long-lost relative! The Logan Regional Family History center is owned and operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) […]

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    Logan Mormon Temple

    175 North 300 East, Logan, UT 84321

    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Temple is an easily visible icon of the Cache Valley landscape. The edifice was designed by Mormon architect Truman O. Angell, and built from 1877-1884 by the donated labor of early pioneers. The modified Gothic building rests on a terrace of the ancient Lake Bonneville, and the exterior was built out […]

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    Heritage Theatre

    2505 S Hwy 89, Perry, UT 84302

    Housed in Perry’s century-old former Mormon church building, Heritage Community Theatre offers musicals, children’s theatre, and drama.

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    Hatch House and Doney House

    125 East Main, Franklin, ID 83237

    The Hatch house is a Greek Revival style house built with local limestone in 1872 by Lorenzo H. Hatch, one of the earliest settlers of Franklin. A carpenter and farmer, he was the first Mormon Idaho legislator and served as mayor and Mormon bishop of Franklin. Since Hatch was the local bishop, he built his house large enough to […]

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    Franklin Relic Hall

    111 East Main, Franklin, ID 83237

    The village of Franklin is the oldest European-American settlement in Idaho, having been established in April, 1860 by Mormon pioneers moving northward from Utah. The Relic Hall, a museum of local history, is housed in a log building that was built as a museum in 1937 as homage to the log homes of the early […]

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    Ezra Taft Benson Home and Gravesite

    2003 East 800 South, Whitney, Idaho

    Whitney was the boyhood home of Ezra Taft Benson who served as Secretary of Agriculture in the Eisenhower Administration, and as President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints from 1985 to 1994. The home in which he was raised and the red gambrel roofed barn sill stand on the family farm. The home […]

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    Evans Co-op Building and True Value Hardware

    25 North Main Street, Malad 83252

    This block housed the first department store in Idaho, the Evans Co-op, which was part of the Mormon cooperative movement of the 1860s, in which local production and purchasing was encouraged through cooperatives. The block, including both the co-op building and the old J.N. Ireland Bank, is on the National Register. The co-op is now […]

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    Chesterfield Townsite

    1258 Chesterfield Rd, Bancroft, ID 83217

    In 1881-1882, Mormon settlers came to this area north of Bancroft at the invitation of their friend and relative Chester Call, who had established a ranch nearby. Their hope was to build a thriving community, but in 1882, the Oregon Short Line Railroad was built through Bancroft instead of their community. While Chesterfield continued to […]

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    Cache Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum

    160 North Main Street, Logan, UT 84321

    View mountain man and early pioneer relics and enjoy reading historical accounts of Cache Valley natives. June to September (Labor Day) or other times of the year by appointment

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    Brigham Young Cabin Site

    199 2nd S St, Soda Springs, ID 83276

    A summer cabin was built in 1870 for Latter-day Saint (Mormon) Church President Brigham Young. The cabin was used for many years as a stopping place for Young and other church leaders as they traveled through the area doing church business. The home was destroyed in 1944 in an attempt to move it.

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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 available June through September.

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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 cooperatively was created, with existing private businesses and individuals getting […]