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The first settlers, James and Janet Duncan with four other families came in 1857, lived in dugouts on the ridge one mile west. In 1859 a culinary water problem caused them to move east where ten families began the settlement of Meadow, so named fo…
Walkara, Ute Indian chieftan, was one of the principal Indian chiefs when the Mormons first entered this area in 1848. Feared from California to New Mexico, he was a remarkably sly chief, daring horse thief, savage slave trader, furious enemy, adm…
Charles Taysom built this cabin at this location in 1866. · Restored by the descendants of Charles & Mariah Taysom. · Dedicated in memory of their pioneer sacrifices and endurance, 2002.