Historical Markers in
Kane County, Utah

A Tragedy Adrian Booth Andrew Prine Anthony Quinn Audie Murphy Ava Gardner & Howard Keel Ben Cooper Ben Johnson Bob Hoy Bowman-Chamberlain House Brian Keith Bruce Boxleitner Buck Taylor Cemetery at Orderville Charlton Heston Chauncey "Chance" Parry Clint Eastwood Clint Walker Coleen Gray Dale Evans Dale Robertson Dan Duryea Dan Haggerty Daniel Boone Dean Smith Dennis Weaver Denny Miller Dick Jones Don Collier Don Knotts Don Shanks Dub Taylor Earl Bellamy Edward Faulkner Exploration and Colonization Fay Hamblin Forrest Tucker Fort Kanab George "Gabby" Hayes Glendale Glendale Orientation Center Glenn Ford Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument Gregg Palmer Gregory Peck Gronway "Gron" Parry Honeymoon Trail Howard W. Koch Isaac Behunin Israel and Charlotte Cox Heaton Jack Elam Jack Nicholson and Will Hutchins Jackie Hamblin Rife Jacob Hamblin James Drury James Garner James Hampton Jim Davis Joel McCrea John Ford John Smith John Wayne Johnny Western Kanab Forts Kanab Library Kanab Public Square Kanab's All-Women Council and Mayor Ken Curtis L. Q. Jones Linda Darnell Lisa Montell Marty Robbins Maureen O'Hara Millstones Morgan Woodward Neil Summers Old Rock Schoolhouse Orderville Bell Pahreah Paria Movie Set and Pahreah Town Site Paul Petersen Peggie Castle Penny Edwards People of the Land Peter Brown Peter Ford Powell Survey Randolph Scott Ray Milland and Helena Carter Richard Boone Robert Fuller Robert Horton Robert Taylor Rod Cameron Ronald Reagan Roydon Clark Settlement of Long Valley and Mt. Carmel / Dr. Priddy Meeks Sidney Poitier Ted Markland Tex Ritter The Academy The Academy Bell The Academy Bell The Berry Family The Historic Dixie-Long Valley, Utah Pioneer Trail The Kanab Chapel The Lone Ranger The Proud Rebel The Rat Pack The Ward Hall Tom Mix Town of Alton United Order Industries United Order Woolen Mill Virgil Riggs Virginia Mayo Whitney "Whit" Parry William A. Wellman