History of Blueacre, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names. (Links Added)

BLUEACRE

Blueacre (Beaver) is a mining ghost town site northwest of Milford, at the south end of the Beaver Lake Mountains. the settlement received its name from the blue lupine flowers that grew prolifically in the springtime. As the mine resources were depleted around 1906, Blueacre was abandoned.

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