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Holmgren Historical Farm

Holmgren Historical Farm

John G.E Larsen, an early immigrant from Scandinavia, settled it the Bear River Valley and lived on the property now known as the Holmgren Historical Farm in Tremonton. He settled here as early as 1889, but did not obtain it as a homestead until 1896 when Utah officially became a state. The Larsen’s built a small 3 room home which is still in existence today as part of the Zollinger home. He farmed there until 1916 when David Holmgren bought the farmstead.In 1937, David’s son, Wayne and his wife June bought the homestead. Together, father and son built most of the out buildings, including the barn and the unique round granary.

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Holmgren Historical Farm

460 North 300 East, Tremonton, UT 84337

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