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Fort Harmony, UtahPhotos, maps and news from Fort Harmony, Utah.Updated November 25, 2017.

Fort Harmony, Utah was an early settlement in Washington County, Utah. It was founded in 1852. Among the settlers there was John D. Lee. It was also the original headquarters of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints's Southern Indian Mission. Settlers were driven from Fort Harmony when the fort had to be abandoned after most of its adobe walls were washed away after the month long rains during the Great Flood of 1862. New Harmony and Kanarraville, in Iron County were the settlements created by refugees from this disaster later in 1862.

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John D Lee - Harmony. Although Fort Harmony was supposed to one of the best forts in Utah, during an earthquake on Jan 20, 1860, the fort wall cracked..
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Lee-Harmony Cemetery in New Harmony, Utah. New Harmony Cemetery map.
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Rich history in the Harmony Valley. .
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Entertainment By John D. Lee': Excavations and History at Fort .... Figure 2. Aerial photo of Fort Harmony in 2007, facing west..
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Rich history in the Harmony Valley. In the 1930s, concrete and sandstone markers were placed.
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Entertainment By John D. Lee': Excavations and History at Fort .... Figure 6. Curved archway in northern wall of chimney in Room 2 (unexcavated).
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Rich history in the Harmony Valley. Brigham Young dug the first shovels full of dirt from.
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History of Fort Harmony. The fort served as a stopping place to most travelers headed for Arizona, Nevada and California. It served Mormons and non-Mormons alike and was a key ....
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Lee-Harmony Cemetery in New Harmony, Utah. Lee-Harmony Cemetery.
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