See the context of this sign.

Erected Dec. 1939

Settlement of Oxford

July, 1864, a company of explorers were
sent to Idaho by President Brigham Young
to located suitable places for settlements.
The same year Noah Brimhall and John Boice
built the first homes in Oxford. William
G. Nelson, George D. Lake, and George D.
Black were presiding elders until 1876,
when William F. Fisher became the first
bishop. Mr. Fisher, noted express rider,
erected this building 1876 for his law
and mercantile business. Oxford, one of the
first settlements, was for years the main
trading center north of Cache Valley.

Bannock County Company

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