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Utah’s Latest Additions to the National Register

Check out the latest historic buildings in Utah listed on the National Register of Historic Places: The Doggy Door Tie Cutter Cabin in Summit County, Utah; St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission near Bluff, Utah; and, the Madsen House in Ephraim, Utah.


 

The Princess Recreation Hall / Lynndyl LDS Meetinghouse
Lynndyl, Millard County, Utah

Read about the Princess Recreation Hall / Lynndyl LDS Meetinghouse here.

The Doggy Door Tie Cutter Cabin
Summit County, Utah


St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission
near Bluff, Utah

Read about St. Christopher’s Episcopal Mission here.


Madsen House
Ephraim, Utah

Read about the Madsen House here.


The National Register of Historic Places is the official federal list of properties that are significant in American history, architecture, archaeology, or engineering.

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