Battle Creek Canyon, battles, Firsts, Historic Markers, Pleasant Grove, SUP, UPTLA, utah, utah county
In Commemoration of Utah’s First Indian Battle.
The first battle between Indians and the Utah Pioneers occurred in February 1849, two miles east of this monument, near the mouth of the canyon, between the Deseret Militia and the Indians. The stream and canyon were named “Battle Creek” from that encounter.
This is U.P.T.L.A. Marker # 56, see other SUP/UPTLA Markers on this page. This historic marker is located in Downtown Park in Pleasant Grove, Utah.