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R. L. Fishburn

“Infobox building” name R. L. Fishburn and Sons native_name native_name_lang former_names alternate_names status image 2013_99_104.jpg image_alt image_size 300px caption map_type map_alt map_caption relief...

Davis Fort

With the Indian threat in mind, the early settlers erected two facing rows of cabins, described by some as simply rooms, adjoining each other to create a fort, with each room opening onto a central area. Box Elder Creek...

Home Building 1850-1900

The period from 1880 to 1900 was a time of unprecedented home building in Brigham City. Although smaller homes were still being built, the prosperity of some leading residents brought a major shift in the style of...

Street Names

Current Original Forest Street Locust Street 100 North North Street 200 North North Wall 300 North Columbia Street 400 North Cambridge Street 500 North Chestnut Street 600 North Vine Street 700 North Pine Street 100...

Jails

In 1900, Brigham City was still renting rooms in the old Box Elder County Jail, but the quarters were inadequate, both in size and condition. In 1904, for example, Marshal Carter reported to City Council that “the stove...

Hardup

Once a small settlement in Box Elder County. Hardup was located at ::41.9345264, -113.2137163 or ::41.904132,-113.142567, otherwise Section 31 of Township 14 North, Range 12 West (Salt Lake Meridian). Notes Search...

Box Elder Fort

Indian relations had been peaceful on the local scene, it was not so throughout the territory. Due to this concern, an order from Brigham Young, delivered in ::July 1853, by a Major Moore, urged the settlers to again...

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