Previous Next Brigham City Historic Sites Walking Tour. Small businesses established during the 1850s included a cabinet shop, a water-powered saw mill, a tanyard and a grist mill built in 1855-57 to produce flour and meal. Settled in 1851 by Mormons, most of whom were immigrants from Denmark, it was named in 1877 for the Mormon leader Brigham The Box Elder journal (Brigham City, Utah) 1910-1937 Family History Library The News-Journal 1902-1942 Newspapers.com . Individual houses were joined close together to form a block about an acre square. Whether its change from a primitive condition should be called improvement, whether it was better or worse for what had been done on the premises, would puzzle an antiquarian. The location became known as "Reeder Grove". BRIGHAM CITY — The Historic Brigham City Depot ended up benefiting ... and now the state government is talking about putting the locomotive in a new planned state history museum in Salt Lake City. Brigham City Museum of Art & History – Northern Utah’s culture hub can help connect you to photographs, documents, and other resources to aid in research into topics related to the history of Box Elder County. Openings at the north and south ends had to be guarded. "The scattering of early settlers to places of their own choosing was apparently a common practice and was a cause of serious concern to church officials during periods of Indian difficulty." Since Mormon polygamy was practiced for a relatively short time and no known official records of plural marriages were kept, it is impossible to determine precisely what percentage of Mormon men were polygamous. Following the Old Testament precedent of plural wives, church members had the option, but not the requirement, of plural marriages. Not all Co-op enterprises were in Brigham City. Peach production was so successful that the annual harvest celebration, started in 1904, was named Peach Days. In the 20s and 30s, Brigham City remained a small agricultural town specializing in fruit production. Brigham City Utah Family History Center. From the beginning of its construction until its closure in 1946, Bushnell provided new jobs for many local people. Before her twelfth birthday, she went to Honeyville to work for an aunt. In 1892 the city's water and electricity systems were installed. The more prominent and prosperous men of the community tended to have larger numbers of wives. Brigham City Company History Timeline. Brigham City's Pioneer Days celebration in 1875 featured displays from 29 cooperative departments. In 1990 the population of Brigham City was 16,000. Bushnell, Intermountain, and Thiokol all brought new residents with a diversity of religious preferences so that 14 denominations now have worship services in Brigham City and the business community and public services continue to grow to meet the demands of the larger population. The Brigham City Police Department is located on the main floor of City Hall, 20 North Main, Brigham City. Local History Highlights of Brigham City 1851- In the spring, homeseekers located on Box Elder Creek in west field about a mile northwest of the present center of Brigham City. In 1878 a federal tax was levied on local currency used for trade, and $10,200 had to be borrowed to pay the assessment. At the time it was still predominately Mormon. Brigham City is rich in pioneer heritage and boasts of being the first successful co-op established in 1865. A Salt Lake City resident sent the Box Elder settlers a cow to add milk to their sparse diet. Because of widespread negative reaction, however, Congress enacted legislation in 1882 which made polygamy a felony punishable by five years in prison and a $500 fine. The Advertiser (Brigham City, Utah) 1938 Family History Library The Box Elder News 1904-1928 Newspapers.com . 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. It was written and directed by Richard Dutcher, who also plays in the main role of Sheriff Wes Clayton. Most supported the request, and on December 7, 1865, the cooperative enterprise was formed. Brigham City’s growth rate increased rapidly with the construction in 1957 of Thiokol Chemical Corporation’s Wasatch Division, the largest manufacturing enterprise in Box Elder County’s history. -- Lorenzo Snow, Colonizer of Brigham City, "I try to keep two objects in view - to amalgamate the feelings of the people and to establish a financial system in which everybody can secure necessaries and conveniences of life through their labour and be preserved from the evils and corruption of outside influence." (The museum is the de facto historical society for the county.) The only meat eaten that winter came from animals that had frozen or starved to death. They did this during the winter seasons for many years. Brigham City's growth rate increased rapidly with the construction in 1957 of Thiokol Chemical Corporation's Wasatch Division, the largest manufacturing enterprise in Box Elder County's history. He came in 1850 to explore the area, and in March 1851 he returned to stay. Brigham City’s growth rate increased rapidly with the construction in 1957 of Thiokol Chemical Corporation’s Wasatch Division, the largest manufacturing enterprise in Box Elder County’s history. "The scattering of early settlers to places of their own choosing was apparently a common practice and was a cause of serious concern to church officials during periods of Indian difficulty." William Davis, a Mormon pioneer settler, explored the area around Box Elder Creek in 1850 and returned the following year with his family and two other families to take up permanent residence. Local History Highlights of Brigham City 1851- In the spring, homeseekers located on Box Elder Creek in west field about a mile northwest of the present center of Brigham City. It was a different atmosphere, and nobody regretted anything that they were doing to help the boys. The Brigham City Museum of Art & History is Northern Utah's art, history, and culture hub. The cooperative grew quickly during the 1870s adding such departments as a woolen factory, planing mill, boot and shoe shop, farms, harness shop, carpentry department, butchery, saw mill, adobe and brick yards, and a dairy. They started building it in July of 1853. The outstanding collection covers more than 150 years of the history of Box Elder County with more than 10,000 objects. Brigham City Museum of Art & History – Northern Utah’s culture hub can help connect you to photographs, documents, and other resources to aid in research into topics related to the history of Box Elder County. It was work, work, work.". The newcomers began arriving in the spring of 1854 and joined the settlers already living near Box Elder Creek. Now colorful roadside fruit stands grace Highway 89 with buyers that travel far to purchase the best fruit in the west. -- Lorenzo Snow, Colonizer of Brigham City In October of 1853, Mormon Church President Brigham Young gave Apostle Lorenzo Snow a special assignment. She said, "I never had any childhood. When the store had made enough money, the association established its first industry, a tannery. The Brigham City Co-op became a model for other Mormon settlements to follow. Others ate them raw. We serve the southern part of Box Elder County including the communities of Brigham City, Mantua, Honeyville, Bear River City, Corinne, Perry, and Willard. The city spent $300 a year on new books, including a reference collection. It had been initiated in 1855 when Wiliam Wrighton went to Salt Lake City, bought 100 peach stones for $1.00 and planted them in Brigham City. Because of the in-movie descriptions of geography and population, it depicts a fictional Utah town of Brigham City rather than the actual town of Brigham City. Lorenzo Snow, Samuel Smith, William Thomas and Alvin Nichols were the first stockholders. Prospecting began in the 1890s, and Brigham City's first newspaper The Bugler started printing in 1890. -- Verabel Call Knudson, Brigham City Resident. Volume 1 of the book will be published soon. With its initial workforce of 150 growing to 1,425 by 1959, housing construction in Brigham City boomed. The intruder withdrew his arm and then left the premises as the woman screamed for her husband, even though she knew he was nowhere near the home. 1853 Mormongeneral conference, church president Brigham Youngdirected Lorenzo Snow, an apostle in the church, to take fifty families to the Box Elder area and develop a cooperative system in which the community would become self-sufficient, producing all that they consumed. -- Lorenzo Snow, founder of the Brigham City Co-op, "We were startled by the marshals making a raid on our town and arresting Apostle Snow. -- Wayne L. Wahlquist, Historian William Davis was the first white man to make his home in Shoshone Indian country near Box Elder Creek. The Department provides round-the-clock service to the citizens of Brigham City as well as assistance to other local law enforcement agencies. By 1853, 24 Mormon immigrants were living along Box Elder Creek. They asked farmers to give the dairy use of their cows in the summertime in return for cheese and butter. After Bushnell closed, the facility housed the Intermountain Indian School from 1950 until 1984, with its staff and students adding more cultural diversity to the citizenry. Tickets were bought with a few potatoes, corn or other produce. -- Wayne L. Wahlquist, Historian, "When I arrived, I found the location where Brigham City now flourishes in a very unprosperous condition. Hotels, cafes, saloons, shoe repair shops, and a wagon and machine company were among the local businesses. Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)-1-William Davis, a Mormon pioneer settler, explored the area around Box Elder Creek in 1850 and returned the following year with his family and two other families to take up permanent residence. Brigham City was home to the Intermountain Indian School from 1949 to 1984. Those fortunate enough to have a little flour made a thickening to put over the boiled segoes. The fruit growing business in Box Elder County was thriving in the 1890s. We serve the southern part of Box Elder County including the communities of Brigham City, Mantua, Honeyville, Bear River City, Corinne, Perry, and Willard. He had the town surveyed and families selected lots and built permanent homes. Mercantile stores and blacksmith shops were operated by many merchants, and a few young women were sent away to receive training in nursing and midwifery. Between 300 and 700 cows were left there each summer. The … There he would organize a system of cooperative living in which the people would produce everything they consumed. The Brigham City History Project is an initiative of the Brigham City Museum of Art & History to make local history more accessible. The Advertiser (Brigham City, Utah) 1938 Family History Library The Box Elder News 1904-1928 Newspapers.com . Brigham City History Project This museum has the history of Brigham City along with monthly exhibits of quilts in the summer. It was something that I hope will never be repeated, but I think a hundred percent of the people in Brigham opened up their homes to them." Even the log meeting house, with its ground floor and earth roof, was more extensively patronized as a receptacle for bed bugs than for the assemblage of saints." Early city fathers planted fruit and shade trees making this the "fruit way" between Brigham City and Willard. The organization includes two separate museums - the Brigham City Museum, which houses the art and history collections, and the Box Elder Museum, which houses the natural history collections. The young girls made games involving their work, such as competition between neighbors to see who could produce the whitest laundry. By the time she returned home, her father had four polygamous wives, and she went from one to the other to assist with house and farm work. -- Wayne L. Wahlquist, Historian William Davis was the first white man to make his home in Shoshone Indian country near Box Elder Creek. Although many were imprisoned, Mormon men continued in polygamy until the practice was officially abolished in 1890 by Church President Wilford Woodruff. In 1855 he had the town plat surveyed, renamed the settlement Brigham City after church president Brigham Young, and encouraged the people to build permanent homes. As she approached, an Indian shoved his arm through the doorway. Brigham City History Project The Box Elder County Courthouse, begun in 1855 and completed in 1857, was used for city and county business, theatrical productions, religious meetings and school. Thank you for reporting this station. Many of those who came in 1855 spent their first winter in dugouts. That text, plus additional resources, are available here. Brigham City v. Stuart, 547 U.S. 398 (2006), is a United States Supreme Court case involving the exigent circumstances exception to the Fourth Amendment's warrant requirement. Volume 1 of the book will be published soon. Brigham City's growth rate increased rapidly with the construction in 1957 of Thiokol Chemical Corporation's Wasatch Division, the largest manufacturing enterprise in Box Elder County's history. USU Brigham City opened in the Box Elder County Courthouse in 1984. Now colorful roadside fruit stands grace Highway 89 with buyers that travel far to purchase the best fruit in the west. His wife Elizabeth, who had made cheese in her native Denmark, supervised the dairy's cheese production. The museum is located at 24 North 300 West in Brigham City, just off Forest Street. Christian Hansen managed the dairy. "I try to keep two objects in view - to amalgamate the feelings of the people and to establish a financial system in which everybody can secure necessaries and conveniences of life through their labour and be preserved from the evils and corruption of outside influence." Volume 1 of the book will be published soon. Report Station. Very young children were given important responsibilities. That text, plus additional resources, are available here. Retail businesses sprang up around Brigham City. The Box Elder journal (Brigham City, Utah) 1910-1937 Family History Library The News-Journal 1902-1942 Newspapers.com . Among the men living in Brigham City between 1850 and 1880, however, at least 17% were polygamists. By 1904, any man marrying more than one wife was excommunicated from the Church. After undergoing several renovations and expansions, the 120,000-square-foot (11,000 m 2) Milton P. Miller building now offers a bookstore, child care center, laboratories, computer lab, classrooms, and student lounge. The Co-op maintained a high level of success until the late 1870s when a series of disasters occurred. The combined losses were so great that after 1878 only the mercantile business remained in operation. By the summer of 1855 Lorenzo Snow, his family, and all those he had chosen to bring with him had arrived. Browse the most recent Brigham City, Utah obituaries and condolences. Even the log meeting house, with its ground floor and earth roof, was more extensively patronized as a receptacle for bed bugs than for the assemblage of saints." When Lorenzo Snow learned that two brothers, Peter and Alexander Baird, had organized a dramatic association in Perry, he asked them to come to Brigham City to play and entertain people. It created quite a stir and cast a gloom over the hearts of the people to stand by and see our leader dragged off to prison because he dare serve the Lord" -- Charles Holmes Davis, Brigham City Resident From 1852 until 1890, leaders of the LDS Church encouraged male church members, especially those in leadership positions, to marry more than one wife. The mission of the Brigham City Museum of Art & History is to collect, preserve, and interpret art and materials that tell stories of human experiences and of the land. He brought his family and a few friends with him and the small group set to work building a fort for winter s… The Court ruled that police may enter a home without a warrant if they have an objectively reasonable basis for believing that an occupant is or is about to be seriously injured. The first sugar beets were planted in 1891, and dairy and creamery operations were successful. These work socials often ended with dancing and singing. They organized spinning clubs where each girl would bring her wheel and yarn and visit while she worked. Here you will find a variety of tour stops around Brigham City. Brigham City, UT Weather History star_ratehome. Also, farmers sold produce to the hospital, and business on Main Street increased with the inundation of hospital staff, patients and their families. It was filmed in Mapleton, Utah. For two months many had nothing to else to eat. We will review the data in question. We’d love to hear about your connection to Brigham City’s history. The building was moved nearer the center of the plot and refurbished. Lars Christensen played his fiddle, and refreshments were always home-made root beer and molasses cookies. In 1911, Lorenzo Smith, grandson of Samuel Smith who helped colonize Brigham City and organize the Co-op, opened a family grocery store on Main Street. For example, the dairy was established in Collinston, about 20 miles north of Brigham City. It created quite a stir and cast a gloom over the hearts of the people to stand by and see our leader dragged off to prison because he dare serve the Lord" -- Charles Holmes Davis, Brigham City Resident, "Everybody had to open their homes to the influx of people that came, even when they were building Bushnell Hospital. The Brigham City Utah Family History Center is located in the lower level of the meetinghouse it shares with the Brigham City 7th and River Wards. Parents would bring their babies and tuck them away on top of clothes in closets while they danced. Brigham City's population of 6,790 in 1950 increased to 11,720 in 1960, to 14,000 in 1970 and to 15,596 in 1980 as Thiokol's sold-fuel motor production and number of employees expanded. 1851 -Fall brought more settlers, and a fort was built called "Davis Fort", later it was known as "Old Fort". By 1910 Brigham City's population was 4,000, and its industries included the new cement plant north of town, Anderson Knitting factory and the Jensen Brothers Milling and Elevatory (changed to Big J Mill in 1946). A small monthly budget was provided, and Miss Young’s salary was increased to $60 a month. "We were startled by the marshals making a raid on our town and arresting Apostle Snow. They also dug ditches, built roads and worked on public buildings. Brigham City, city, seat of Box Elder county, near Bear River Bay of Great Salt Lake, northern Utah, U.S., at the foot of the Wasatch Range, 21 miles (34 km) north of Ogden. The museum is attached to the senior center and down from the museum a few blocks is the train depot museum and a working train tracks. William Knudsen, however, raised and sold fruit as his major source of income. It was financed by private investors. Some of the problems were crop failures due to drought and grasshoppers, destruction of the woolen mill by fire and loss of the saw mill to the federal government. "The scattering of early settlers to places of their own choosing was apparently a common practice and was a cause of serious concern to church officials during periods of Indian difficulty." Many men grew fruit on their own property and sold it to supplement other income. History of Brigham City, Utah. Almost every resident of the community was involved in some way. People from various backgrounds came to work or to be treated at Bushnell, then stayed in Brigham City and merged with the descendants of the Mormon settlers. Jensine Christensen fried a piece and fed it to her cat. In 1991, the campus moved to a store-front in an abandoned strip mall. He established a successful fruit growing and shipping business which sustained his family members for generations to come. By 1984, Thiokol's Wasatch Division was the largest private employer in Utah with 5,750 employees. Brigham City was home to the Intermountain Indian School from 1949 to 1984. Snow selected tradesmen with various skills important to the development of a pioneer community. 1853. Eight families spent that winter in the crudely-constructed fort which soon became infested with insects. In the spring of 1852 they moved out of the fort onto farm plots. One night when Sarah's mother was home alone, she heard someone trying to open the door. Typical of the time, the store was more than a source of groceries. He discovered early on that the Brigham City area was particularly adapted for peaches, berries and small fruits. Snow To many it was a social center for gossiping and keeping up with events of the day. Brigham City v. Stuart, 547 U.S. 398 (2006), is a United States Supreme Court case involving the exigent circumstances exception to the Fourth Amendment's warrant requirement. Brigham City History Project Retail businesses sold such merchandise as ladies' fashions, motor cars, furniture and medicine. Sarah Peters, who moved as a child to the Box Elder settlement in the spring of 1853, remembered the hostility of the Indians. 1850. The museum is a place to engage with ideas, creativity, and heritage. These dugouts provided immediate shelter until more permanent log houses could be built over the cellars. Pushing a table against the door, she grabbed a butcher knife and ran the back edge of it along the arm. "Everybody had to open their homes to the influx of people that came, even when they were building Bushnell Hospital. The cow ate a poisonous weed and died, and the people didn't know what to do. Lars Mortensen frequently invited neighbors and friends to the two largest rooms in his home for dancing. Brigham’s population of 6,790 in 1950 increased to 11,720 in 1960, to 14,000 in 1970 and to 15,596 in 1980 as both Thiokol’s solid-fuel motor production and number of employees expanded. To comply with the Territorial Incorporation Act of 1870, the cooperative was incorporated December 15, 1870 and became the Brigham City Mercantile and Manufacturing Association, commonly known as the Brigham City Co-op. Brigham City History Project 1850-1900 Culture and Amusement Before the Co-op Early Day Cultural Activities Settlers brought the music, dance and culture of their pre-pioneer life with them, as noted in the enjoyment of violins played for dancing in the early forts. Many were taught to read and write by their parents or older siblings. The Snow family home became the stopping place for Brigham Young and his company of tourists whenever he visited the northern settlements. The Court ruled that police may enter a home without a warrant if they have an objectively reasonable basis for believing that an occupant is or is about to be seriously injured. A total of 187 homes were built in 1958, twice the number built the previous year. The Brigham City Utah Family History Center is located in the lower level of the meetinghouse it shares with the Brigham City 7th and River Wards. The Brigham City History Project is an initiative of the Brigham City Museum of Art & History to make local history more accessible. All the people were poor and worked hard, but they found time for rest and recreation. Brigham City is a 2001 murder mystery independent film. Although many local men had seen active duty in World War I, the impact of the war on townspeople was small compared to what they would experience during World War II. Over the course of the next few years we'll be adding more and more of our collections here for you to search. At age 14 she cared for a lady who had just given birth. The 60-building facility constructed on 235 acres brought a major boost to the economy. Mormon pioneer William Davis first explored the Brigham City area in 1850. The men began clearing the land, tilling the soil, planting crops, and driving away grasshoppers "when those insects came in swarms like large clouds hiding the sun and devouring crops." The current Box Elder Stake Tabernacle, also known as the Brigham City Tabernacle, is a neo-Gothic tabernacle of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints rebuilt in Brigham City, Box Elder County, Utah by Mormon pioneers in 1897 after being gutted by fire a year earlier. (The museum is the de facto historical society for the county.) This is your portal to the collections of the Box Elder Museum of Art, History, and Nature. Brigham City History William Davis, a Mormon pioneer settler, explored the area around Box Elder Creek in 1850 and returned the following year with his family and two other families to take up permanent residence. It continued to operate until the Co-op closed down in 1895. Brigham City offers a beauty that is rarely shown in cities our size as exemplified by our clean, well maintained, tree lined streets. The growing art collection includes more than 300 pieces by … Whether its change from a primitive condition should be called improvement, whether it was better or worse for what had been done on the premises, would puzzle an antiquarian. It was something that I hope will never be repeated, but I think a hundred percent of the people in Brigham opened up their homes to them." Volume 1 of the book will be published soon. The men dug cellars in the ground and covered them with roofs made of poles, willows and dirt. The Snow family often entertained as many as forty guests at once. They were starved for meat, but afraid to eat it because of the poison. Now colorful roadside fruit stands grace Highway 89 with buyers that travel far to purchase the best fruit in the west. The first business was a mercantile store. When she was nine, she was sent out on the hillside to herd the family's sheep. The Department provides round-the-clock service to the citizens of Brigham City as well as assistance to other local law enforcement agencies. The Brigham City Museum of Art and History invites painters of all skill levels to share their vision of Utah in wintertime for the 2021 Plein Air Competition. Get service details, leave condolence messages or send flowers in memory of a loved one in Brigham City, Utah. Apostle Snow became the first political and religious leader of the community. Right next doors is a old pioneer cabin which open all summer but you have to ask to be see inside. In 1884 the federal government returned some of the tax money, and the new Brigham City Mercantile and Manufacturing store was built and opened in 1891. History. 26 F Ogden-Hinckley Airport Station | Report. All of these stops have historical significance in helping Brigham City to become the city … As soon as Minnie Lund and her sister were large enough to hold an axe, they chopped all the wood, milked sixteen cows morning and night, and cleaned stables. In 1900, Brigham City’s economy was based on agriculture and commerce, with many of its businesses dependent upon production and shipping of produce and livestock and supplying the needs of a community with agricultural... 31 views 1900-1950 Places Brigham Young directed Lorenzo Snow to lead additional settlers to the site and foster a self-sufficient city at the site in 1853. It was a different atmosphere, and nobody regretted anything that they were doing to help the boys. Brigham City Tourism: Tripadvisor has 3,603 reviews of Brigham City Hotels, Attractions, and Restaurants making it your best Brigham City resource. He was to choose 50 families to take with him to live in Box Elder. the next day the cat was feeling fine so the people divided the meat, cooked it, and enjoyed it immensely. Children attended school only when there was no farm work to be done, so most of them had little schooling. Lorenzo's son, Dee Smith, later took over the business and eventually expanded it to a chain of 110 stores throughout the western states. "When I arrived, I found the location where Brigham City now flourishes in a very unprosperous condition. The Brigham City Museum of Art & History is Northern Utah's art, history, and culture hub. Directions. They believed they were protected in this practice by the freedom of religion clause in the Bill of Rights. Canvas stamping begins Saturday, December 26 and entries are due by 5:00 PM on Saturday, January 16, 2021. He returned with his family and others a year later to create permanent homes. This influx of settlers transformed the small settlement to a sizable town which was renamed Brigham City in honor of Brigham Young. The purpose was to provide jobs for everyone and to make the people self-sustaining. The museum is home to a permanent exhibition on the history of Brigham City, and five temporary historical and fine art exhibitions a year. 1851 -Fall brought more settlers, and a fort was built called "Davis Fort", later it was known as "Old Fort". Early city fathers planted fruit and shade trees making this the "fruit way" between Brigham City and Willard. By 1901, Alma Jane Compton moved their growing photography business into its new Main Street location which would house three generations of Compton photographers. By the fall of 1853, eight families with a total of twenty-four people lived in the settlement. He brought his family and a few friends with him and the small group set to work building a fort for winter shelter and protection from Indian attacks. He came in 1850 to explore the area, and in March 1851 he returned to stay. Utah, Brigham City Family History Center, Obituary Collection, 1930-2015 Family Search The location became known as "Reeder Grove". The mission of the Brigham City Museum of Art & History is to collect, preserve, and interpret art and materials which tell stories of human experiences and of the land. Stock was sold at $5 a share, and produce and labor as well as cash, were accepted. The women also mingled work with play as they gathered husks to fill mattresses and held quilting and rag bees where everyone quilted or sewed carpet rags for homemade carpets. 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