Utah's First Capitol

Utah's First Capitol (HM6C)

Location: Fillmore, UT 84631 Millard County
Country: United States of America

N 38° 58.054', W 112° 19.503'

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Creating Fillmore City and Millard County the Territorial Legislature of Utah selected Pahvant Valley, as Capitol site October 29, 1851. This spot was selected by Governor Brigham Young. Construction work began in 1852. Truman O. Angell, architect and Anson Call, supervisor. This south wing was used by the fifth Territorial Legislature October 10, 1855. In 1856 the seat of Government was moved to Salt Lake City. Later used as Court House and County Headquarters. Restored in 1928 and dedicated as State Museum July 24, 1930.
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Details
HM NumberHM6C
Series This marker is part of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers series
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Marker Number7
Year Placed1935
Placed ByDaughters of Utah Pioneers
Marker Condition
10 out of 10 (1 reports)
Date Added Monday, September 29th, 2014 at 8:25pm PDT -07:00
Locationbig map
UTM (WGS84 Datum)12S E 385207 N 4314012
Decimal Degrees38.96756667, -112.32505000
Degrees and Decimal MinutesN 38° 58.054', W 112° 19.503'
Degrees, Minutes and Seconds38° 58' 3.24" N, 112° 19' 30.18" W
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Area Code(s)435
Closest Postal AddressAt or near 50 S Main St, Fillmore UT 84631, US
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