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East Canyon; creek, left-hand branch of Weber River.
East; creek, left-hand branch of Duchesne River.
East Fork Sevier River; large right-hand branch heading in the plateaus in southern Utah and flowing generally north ward to its mouth.
East Montezuma; creek, left-hand branch of Montezuma Creek.
East Tavaputs; plateau, an inclined plateau sloping northward, separating Grand and White rivers Fast.
Echo; post village in Summit County, on the Union Pacific Railroad; population, 266.
Echo; creek, right-hand branch of Weber River.
Eden; post village in Weber County; population, 460.
Eldorado; post village in Salt Lake County, on the Oregon Short Line.
Elenore, Mount; hill on the western border of Escalante Desert; altitude, 7,750 feet.
Elgin; post village in Grand County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway.
Elk Ridge; broad plateau summit west of Abajo Mountains, probably connected with their elevation.
Ellen, Mount; Henry Mountains; altitude, 11,410 feet.
Ellsworth, Mount; Henry Mountains; altitude, 8,250 feet.
Elsinore; post village in Sevier County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 809.
Emery; county; area, 4,440 square miles; population, 4,390; magnetic declination, northeast 15° 45' southeast 15° 30' northwest 15° 50', southwest 15° 35'.
Emery; post village in Emery County; population, 481.
Emigration; creek, right-hand branch of Parley Canyon Creek and tributary to Jordan River, heading in Wasatch Mountains.
Emma Park; valley at foot of Roan Cliffs.
Emmons; peak, Uinta Range; altitude, 13,694 feet.
Ephraim; city in San Pete County, situated on the Rio Grande Western and the San Pete Valley railways; population, 2,213.
Ephraim; creek, small left-hand branch of San Pete River.
Erda; post village in Tooele County, on the Oregon Short Line.
Escalante; city in Garfield County; population, 866.
Escalante; desert, a vast stretch of nearly level desert land in the southwestern part of Utah; elevation approximately 5,000 feet.
Escalante; river, large right-hand branch of Colorado River.
Eureka; town, county seat of Juab County, situated on the Oregon Short Line and the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 1,908; magnetic declination, 17° 10'.
Evacuation; creek, left-hand branch of White River.

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Fairfield; post village in Utah County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 170; magnetic declination, 16° 20'.
Fairview; city in San Pete County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 1,494.
False; creek, small right-hand branch of Escalante River.
Farmington; post village, county seat of Davis County, situated on the Oregon Short Line, the Rio Grande Western, and the Salt Lake and Ogden railways; population, 980; magnetic declination, 16° 10'.
Farwest; post village in Weber County; population, 240.
Fayette; post village in San Pete County; population, 251.
Ferron; creek, right fork of San Rafael River.
Ferron; town in Emery County; population, 549.
Fielding; post village in Boxelder County.
Fillmore; city in Millard County; population, 1,077; magnetic declination, 15° 35'.
Fish; lake at head of Fremont River.
Fish Lake; plateau, a small plateau above Fish Lake; altitude, 11,500 feet.
Fish Springs; post village in Juab County; population, 296; magnetic declination, 16° 25'.
Flaming Gorge; the head of the canyon of Green River, in Uinta Range.
Fort Douglas; United States military post in Salt Lake County, adjoining Salt Lake City; magnetic declination, 16° 20'.
Fort Duchesne; post village in Uinta County.
Fort Pierce; spring near foot of Hurricane Cliffs.
Fountain Green; town in San Pete County, on the San Pete Valley Railway; population, 929.
Frances; creek, right-hand branch of Green River.
Freedom; post village in San Pete County.
Fremont; post village in Wayne County; population, 1,520.
Fremont; island in Great Salt Lake.
Fremont; pass in Tushar Range.
Fremont; river, right-hand branch of Colorado River.
Fremont; spring on Antelope Island, in Great Salt Lake.
Frisco; post village in Beaver County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 457.

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Gale; post village in Salt Lake County.
Garden City; post village in Rich County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 262.
Garfield; county; organized in 1882; area, 5,120; population, 2,888; magnetic declination, 14° 45r east, 15° 15' west.
Garland; post village in Boxelder County.
Garrison; post village in Millard County.
Gate of Monroe; gorge on Monroe Creek, a branch of Sevier.
Geneva; post village in Boxelder County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway.
Georgetown; post village in Kane County; population, 86.
Gilbert; peak, Uinta Range; altitude, 13,687 feet.
Giles; post village in Wayne County.
Glen; canyon on Colorado River above mouth of San Juan River.
Glendale; post village in Kane County; population, 297.
Glenwood; post village in Sevier County; population, 452.
Goshen; town in Utah County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 553.
Goshen; valley at the head of Utah Lake.
Gooseberry; valley on the head waters of Price River.
Goose; lakes, three small lakes just south of crest of Tint a Range.
Grand; river, large branch of Colorado River.
Grand; county; area, 3,750 square miles; population, 891; magnetic declination, 15° 20'.
Granger; post village in Salt Lake County; population, 606.
Granite; creek, left-hand branch of Grand River.
Granite; peak, the most northern peak of Thomas Range, in western Utah.
Grantsville; city in Tooele County; population, 992.
Grass; creek, small right-hand branch of Weber River.
Grass; valley on Otter Creek, a tributary to Sevier River.
Grassy Trail; creek, left-hand branch of Price River.
Gray; canyon of Green River in Book Plateau Price River.
Great Salt Lake;
Great Salt Lake; desert; a name applied rather indefinitely to the low desert country lying just west of Great Salt Lake. It is but slightly raised above the lake level, and contains very little vegetation, having a strongly alkaline soil. Water is found in few localities.
Green River; post village in Emery County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway.
Green; river, large right-hand branch of Colorado River.
Greenville; post village in Beaver County; population, 239.
Greenwich; post village in Piute County.
Grouse; creek, small stream rising in Raft River Mountains and sinking in the desert.
Grouse Creek; post village in Boxelder County; population, 273.
Grover; post village in Wayne County.
Gunlock; post village in Washington County; population, 116.
Gunnison; post village in San Pete County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 1,367.
Gunnison; butte at head of Gunnison Valley; altitude, 5,250 feet Price River.
Gunnison Plateau; broad, plateau-like range separating San Pete River from the Sevier and Juab Valley.
Gunnison; valley at foot of Gray Canyon; crossed by Rio Grande Western Railway.

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Source: Bulletin of the United States, Utah, Geological Survey, by Henry Gannett, Government Printing Office, 1900.

 

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