Koosharem Amusement Hall
Constructed in 1914 by the community. The wood frame hall contains a gymnasium, stage, kitchen and basement. As a community recreation center, the hall was used for dances, plays, basketball games, programs, and movies. It served as the annual meeting place for the Koosharem Old Folks Party, a well-known traditional town reunion.
Peace Treaty with Fish Lake Indians was made here, June 14, 1873.
Present at the treaty were:
- Gen. William B. Pace
- George Evans
- Byron Pace
- Albert Thurber
- William Jex
- G. W. Bean
- Abraham Halliday
- E. P. Bean
- William Robinson
- Chief Tabiona
- 15 Others
The Crosby Memorial Presbyterian Church and School of Salina
Erected in 1884 as a memorial to Helen Rutgers Crosby of New York City, this church and school was one of several Presbyterian Churches built in central Utah’s Sanpete and Sevier valleys under the direction of Reverend Duncan McMillan, Presbyterian Mission Superintendent in Utah from 1875 to 1917. The chapel has been renovated by Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Carter, in memory of Mrs. Carter’s mother, Mrs. Florence Mathew Gordon.
Located at 204 South 100 East in Salina, Utah
Richfield Presbyterian Church and School
This mission chapel was erected in 1880 as part of the efforts of the Reverend Duncan McMillan to evangelize central Utah. Originally located on Main Street, the building was torn down and rebuilt at this location in 1937/38. This church also symbolizes a historic decision by the Protestant churches of Utah not to compete with each other in areas where their numbers were few, but to unite as a community church to serve all denominations.
Located at 46 E 200 S in Richfield, Utah