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This log cabin formed part of a two room house erected in 1866 for the home of David Tarbell Drown & Sarah Olive Newbell, Drown. It was erected on the North side of Center Street, 300 feet west of the intersection of Main and Center Street, Midvale, then part of West Jordan. It was not the first log house to be built in Midvale, but the only remaining early home testifying of pioneer life, and as such it was presented to the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and dedicated July 9, 1936.

This plaque was made as Daughters of Utah Pioneers marker #34 but is #39 on the official list.


Located at 7650 Lind Lane in Midvale, Utah

2022 Update:
The monument is currently missing and is said to be returned soon.