Skip to content

  • UTConfSlider14FINAL
  • DoggyDoorSlider
  • madsenhouseslider
  • ChrisSlider
  • SliderQuarterlySummer2014
  • MYUtah
  • journeysSlider
  • HistoricSurvey
  • Omara
SliderQuarterlySummer2014

UHQ Summer 2014 Web Extras

CONTENTS Since 1928, Utah Historical Quarterly has collected and preserved the state’s history. Until now, UHQ content has only been published in print form. The content presented here is our inaugural effort to introduce the journal—and our state’s rich and colorful history—to an online audience. In the digital medium, we are able to do more […]

Read More
UTConfSlider14FINAL

62nd Annual Utah State History Conference “Utah Technology Through Time” September 25th – September 27th, 2014 Salt Lake City, Utah @ The City Library and The Leonardo This year’s conference is brought to you by a host of generous partners. View them here.  Technology has helped people live and thrive in Utah for over 12,000 […]

Read More
DoggyDoorSlider

Utah Addition to National Register: Doggy Door Tie Cutter Cabin

 The Doggy Door Tie Cutter Cabin Summit County, Utah The Doggy Door Tie Cutter Cabin in Summit County, Utah was constructed ca. 1921, and is significant under Criteria A, C, and D under the context of the Tie Cutting Industry of the North Slope of the Uinta Mountains.The site contains the most intact architecture of […]

Read More
madsenhouseslider

Utah Addition to National Register: Madsen House

Madsen House Ephraim, Utah The David and Evinda Madsen House, constructed in 1900, in Ephraim, Utah, is a two-story Italianate/Victorian Eclectic brick residence. The building is locally significant under Criterion A for its association with the development of Ephraim and Sanpete County in the first half of the twentieth century. The period of significance spans […]

Read More
ChrisSlider

Utah Addition to National Register: St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission

St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission near Bluff, Utah St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission (02001042), near Bluff, Utah, was initially listed on the National Register of Historic Places for statewide significance under Criteria A and B, as well as Criteria Consideration A as a religious-use property, with a period of significance dating 1943-1952.  With this amendment, in addition […]

Read More