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Fairview, Utah
Art, General, History, Library
General: Historical artifacts, art (sculpture and painting), humanities lectures, school tours, local historic archive, oral history collection, family history collection. New Columbian Mammoth skeleton, extensive Avard Fairbank sculpture collection.
Salt Lake City, Utah
Art
Visual, performing and literary programs, generally all free to the public; technical assistance programs; grants program; production of major ethnic festival in May; management of Percent-for-Art programs; gallery exhibits through year; facility rental.
Ogden, Utah
General, History, Historic House, Park
Located on an 84-acre river tract of land near the Weber River, the fort symbolizes a period of western history that was the transition from nomadic ways of the Indian tribes and trappers to the first permanent settlers in the Great Basin. Facilities at the fort include picnic areas, a canoeing pond, the replica fort including three cabins and restrooms.
Fort Douglas, Utah
Specialized
Housed in 1875 Quartermaster Victorian Infantry Barracks Building located in Fort Douglas, founded in 1862 by California Volunteers to protect the Overland Mail & Telegraph lines; 1,500-volume library of military history of Utah and Fort Douglas; reading
Sevier, Utah
Archaeology, Park
Fremont Indian State Park is the site of an ancient Fremont Indian village. We have several trails, many of which feature numerous panels of rock art. Our award-winning museum features artifacts from the Fremont culture, and the Sagebrush Art Gallery offers a variety of art styles from local and Native American artists. Camping, hiking, and fishing are just a few of the activities you can enjoy at the park.
Cedar City, Utah
History
Frontier Homestead State Park Museum interprets the history of Iron County history related to the ecclesiastical story of the Iron Mission, and related horse-drawn transportation. Period focus is from the first Mormon settlements (1850's) through the 1920's, marking the period just prior to the establishment of modern mining efforts and the use of mechanically-powered transportation in Iron County.
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