Panguitch Quilt Walk

Dana Jones
Panguitch Quilt Walk

In a harsh winter of 1864, seven men set out to save the people of their newly settled town. Food supply was low, it was 50 miles to the nearest town and the men were sinking to their hips in snow. Little did they know the quilts they carried as bedrolls would save their lives, and ultimately, the residents of Panguitch, Utah. Enlarge photo

 

 

 

 

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