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Martins Cove - Old Wagon

Published about 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Old wagon at Martins Cove.“In November 1856, about 500 Mormon emigrants in the Martin Handcart Company were halted for five days i<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/martins-cove-old-wagon-wyominig-usa">...(more)</a>

Paiute ATV - Reese Canyon / Pioneer Peak trail head

Published about 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Trailhead for Reese Canyon, and also Pioneer peak.  A nice shady spot to rest when out on the trail ATV riding.  Pioneer peak is a 473 foot climb from this point.

Paiute ATV - Pioneer Peak

Published about 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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View from the top of Pioneer peak located directly west of Jacks peak on forest service road 096 on the way to Robins valley.  The climb is 473 feet elevation change from the trailhead.

Switchbacks, Burr Trail, Utah, USA

Published about 3 years ago by John Roberts

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To move his cattle from winter to summer grazing areas, an early Utah pioneer, John Atlantic Burr, cut switchbacks through a notch in <a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/switchbacks-burr-trail-utah-usa">...(more)</a>

Pioneer Park, Mesa, Arizona USA

Published about 3 years ago by James L. Tanner

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Pioneer Park celebrates the earliest families that settled in area of what is now Mesa, Arizona. The monument statues are the first four<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pioneer-park-mesa-arizona-usa">...(more)</a>

Southern Pacific Train Engine at Pioneer Park, Mesa, Arizona

Published about 3 years ago by James L. Tanner

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Since 1958 the Southern Pacific Train Engine No. 2355 has been in Pioneer Park, Mesa, Arizona. In the early<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/southern-pacific-train-engine-at-pioneer-park-mesa-arizona">...(more)</a>

Mesa City Cemetery, Mesa, Arizona USA

Published about 3 years ago by James L. Tanner

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The Mesa, Arizona City Cemetery was established in 1891. Many of the original pioneers who settled Mesa are buried here. The Cemetery is still in operation through the City Of Mesa Parks and Recreation.

Pipe Spring National Monument, Arizona, USA

Published about 3 years ago by John Roberts

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A source of water in the desert, the springs have long been associated with human settlement dating back at least 1000 ye<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pipe-spring-national-monument-02-arizona-usa">...(more)</a>

Pioneer Courthouse Square, Portland, OR

Published over 3 years ago by terry blackburn

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Pioneer Courthouse Square is often referred to as Portland's Living Room. It is a gathering place, a concert venue, a game room, an art gallery, coffee shop and TV studio all rolled into one!

Wilcannia Athenaeum Pioneer Museum

Published over 3 years ago by Klaus Mayer

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The former Athenaeum Library from 1883 houses now a Pioneers Museum and is one of the old buildings that remain silent witnesses of the towns busy past when river boats frequented the Darling River.

Cove fort laundry

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Laundry and Loom room at Cove Fort.   Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about cove fort click here. Additional detailed information can be found here.  

Cove Fort Kitchen

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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View of Kitchen at Cove Fort.   Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about cove fort click here. Additional detailed information can be found here.  

Cove Fort Blacksmith shop

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Interior of Cove Fort Blacksmith Shop.   Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about cove fort click here. Additional detailed information can be found here.  

Cove Fort Blacksmith Shop

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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View of the Blacksmith Shop at Cove Fort.  Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about cove fort seehttp://www.covefort.info/ 

Cove Fort outbuildings

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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View of the outbuildings in back of Cove Fort. Historic Cove Fort was built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more ab<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/cove-fort-back-utah">...(more)</a>

Cove Fort Front Gate and Courtyard

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

 Historic Cove Fort built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about Cove Fort click http://lds.org/placestovisit/eng/historical-sites/cove-fort-historic-site 

Cove Fort

Published over 3 years ago by Calvin Jones

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Historic Cove Fort built by the Latter Day Saint (LDS) pioneers in the 1800's.  To read more about Cove Fort click http://lds.org/placestovisit/eng/historical-sites/cove-fort-historic-site

Pioneer Flight Museum 2010 Fall Fly-In Christen Eagle II

Published almost 4 years ago by Phil Warner

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Old Kingsbury Aerodrome AirportIdentifier: 85TEElevation: 560Location: N29/38.038 W97/48.685Runway: 14/32<a href="http://www.360cities.net/image/pioneer-flight-museum-2010-fall-fly-in-christen-eagle-ii-usa">...(more)</a>

Pioneer Flight Museum Fall Fly In

Published almost 4 years ago by Phil Warner

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