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This category is to Waymark monuments to Human migration and pay homage to all human beings who for one reason or another had to migrate and face the difficulties associated to build a new home away from home.
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Human Migration MonumentsSettlement of Willow Creek, Utah ~ USA

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Willow Creek was settled by pioneer Axel Einarsen and a handful of colonists. In 1876 the name of the community was changed to Axtell.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/15/2012

last visited: 10/29/2009

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Human Migration MonumentsCenterfield, Utah ~ USA

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Early pioneer farmers who settled the Centerfield area merely "squatted" on the land they desired, then paid a $1.25 filing to make their claim official.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/16/2012

last visited: 4/25/2011

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Human Migration MonumentsGunnison, Utah ~ USA

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Gunnison, like many pioneer Utah communities during the 1860s, had Indian problems during the Black Hawk War.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: 10/29/2009

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Human Migration MonumentsPioneers of Richfield, Utah ~ USA

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The first ten pioneers arrived in Richfield on January 6, 1864. Their families joined them two months later.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/14/2012

last visited: 4/25/2011

Image for Warm Creek-Fayette - Fayette, UT, USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsWarm Creek-Fayette - Fayette, UT, USA

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An historical marker in Fayette, Utah, sharing the original name of the Pioneer settlement.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member Chasing Blue Sky

location: Utah

date approved: 12/26/2012

last visited: 12/16/2013

Image for Pettyville, Utah Pioneers ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsPettyville, Utah Pioneers ~ USA

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The early pioneer settlement of Pettyville was abandoned when all the inhabitants moved to the nearby towns of Sterling or Manti.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: 7/17/2011

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NENE34.4 km

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Human Migration MonumentsSterling, Utah ~ USA

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Once the Black Hawk War was over, new pioneer settlements were undertaken throughout Utah.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/15/2012

last visited: 4/24/2011

Image for Pioneers of Elsinore, Utah ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsPioneers of Elsinore, Utah ~ USA

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Immigrants from Denmark created the pioneer settlement of Elsinore and brought the name of the town with them from the old country.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/15/2012

last visited: never

Image for Town of Joseph, Utah and Pioneer Log Cabin ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsTown of Joseph, Utah and Pioneer Log Cabin ~ USA

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It took three tries before a permanent settlement was established for Joseph City, Utah, named after a son of Church President Brigham Young.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/15/2012

last visited: never

Image for Manti, Utah Pioneers ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsManti, Utah Pioneers ~ USA

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The first settlers of Manti, Utah arrived in November of 1849 and unknowingly spent their first winter sheltering in a rattlesnake den!!

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: 9/3/2011

Image for Fort Ephraim Peace Treaty ~ Ephraim, Utah, USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsFort Ephraim Peace Treaty ~ Ephraim, Utah, USA

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The Indian War conflicts of 1865-1872 in central Utah brought migration into the area to a virtual standstill and caused migrations from vulnerable communities to more fortified and better defended settlements.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: never

Image for Settlement of Ephraim, Utah ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsSettlement of Ephraim, Utah ~ USA

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Settled in the early 1850s by Mormons migrating into the area, Ephraim was one of the better fortified settlements that survived relatively intact during the Indian War years of 1865-72.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: never

Image for Resettlement of Spring City, Utah ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsResettlement of Spring City, Utah ~ USA

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Because of conflicts with local Indian tribes, some settlements were resettled one or more times before finally establishing a permanent community. These "resettlers" were often some of the original pioneers mixed with migrants new to the area.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: 3/20/2016

Image for Settlement of Spring City, Utah ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsSettlement of Spring City, Utah ~ USA

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The pioneers who settled Spring City were burned out twice by Indians before finally establishing a permanent settlement in 1859.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: 3/20/2016

Image for Mt. Pleasant Fort, Utah ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsMt. Pleasant Fort, Utah ~ USA

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Early settlements in central Utah had to build forts to protect the pioneers and their property from depradations from local Indian tribes, that weren't always on friendly terms with the newcomers.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: 3/18/2016

Image for Settlement of Fairview, Utah ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsSettlement of Fairview, Utah ~ USA

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In order to expand settlement of central Utah, a group from Mount Pleasant migrated a relatively short distance and established the new settlement of North Bend, later renamed Fairview.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: 10/17/2012

Image for Pioneers of Antimony, Utah ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsPioneers of Antimony, Utah ~ USA

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Starting in 1873, settlers migrated to what was known as Grass Valley and the new settlement of Coyote Creek, later changed to Antimony.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/14/2012

last visited: never

Image for Given Family Massacre, Utah County, Utah ~ USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsGiven Family Massacre, Utah County, Utah ~ USA

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The Given family were migrants that settled outside of a fortified established settlement. They became early victims of the Black Hawk War, which took the lives of about 75 pioneer settlers in central Utah.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 11/19/2012

last visited: 8/9/2015

Image for Memorial to Immigrants - Price, Utah, USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsMemorial to Immigrants - Price, Utah, USA

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Memorial to the immigrants located in front of the Carbon County courthouse in Price, Utah.

posted by: Groundspeak Charter Member BruceS

location: Utah

date approved: 7/10/2012

last visited: 6/30/2017

Image for Paragonah Town Square ~ Paragonah, Utah, USAview gallery

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Human Migration MonumentsParagonah Town Square ~ Paragonah, Utah, USA

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This historical marker, commemorating early discovery expeditions that led to the Mormon colonization of southwest Utah, is located at approximately 35 N Main Street (Utah Highway 271) in Paragonah, Utah.

posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member brwhiz

location: Utah

date approved: 4/2/2013

last visited: never

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