Escalante, Utah p.9

Title Escalante, Utah p.9
Collection Classified Photograph Collection
File Name 39222001434245
Photo Number 15321
Classification 979.2
Publisher Utah State Historical Society
Subject Cities and towns; Men in popular culture; Confectioneries; Business districts
Spatial Coverage Escalante; Garfield County; Utah
Description Corner of old Main Street. Left to right: Barber shop, cafe, Star Dance Hall. Escalante was named after the famous Spanish explorer although Escalante never went to the valley. The valley was discovered by whites in 1866 during the Black Hawk War as cavalry traveled into the valley in pursuit of Indians. The first log cabin was built in 1876 by Philo Allen.
Rights Management Digital Image © 2010 Utah State Historical Society. All Rights Reserved.
Holding Institution Utah State Historical Society
Relation Classified Photograph Collection, 979.2 Utah Cities
Source Format Print Photograph
Source Size 8 in x 10 in
Source Donors Woolsey, Nethelda G.
Type Image
Format image/jpeg
Scanned By Karl Nicholson and Earl Hindley, USHS
ARK ark:/87278/s6w95m4t
Setname dha_cp
Date Created 2011-03-09
Date Modified 2011-03-09
ID 452727
Reference URL
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