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The Mormon Row Historic District was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. It is a preserved complex of land, cabins and outbuildings originally built by Mormon homesteaders near the turn of the 19th Century. If you’re staying at the Moulton Ranch Cabins, you will be perfectly located to tour this area rich in American history. In addition, the abundance of photo opportunities will thrill landscape photographers and wildlife enthusiasts. Herds of bison pass through the area regularly and often stick in one spot long enough to get a photo. Just remember that it is never smart to get too close to the wildlife. Be sure to pack a camera with a solid zoom. // Little known: The homesteaders established Mormon Row under the Homestead Act of 1862, which offered ownership of 160 acres to any head of household willing to build a home and farm the land for 5 years.
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