Utah Barn

Utah Barn

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White settlers first moved into the valleys of Utah from about 1851 through 1870 and these Mormon immigrants faced hardships of nature and economics as they established communities.

Barns were large and expensive, so many of the earliest farm outbuildings were smaller—stables, granaries, calving sheds, and other structures necessary to protect the farm’s most valuable investments—animals and certain equipment. Horses, the vital machinery of subsistence farmers of the time, needed protection from the elements so that work could continue uninterrupted.

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