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Halahwah; range, a narrow range of mountains extending between Preuss Valley and Sagebrush Valley.
Hamblin; post village in Washington County.
Hanksville; post village in Wayne County.
Harrisburg-; post village in Washington County.
Harrisville; post village in Weber County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 379.
Hatton; post village in Millard County.
Hawkins; peak, summit on divide between Escalante Desert and Virgin River; altitude, 7,500 feet.
Heber; city, county seat of Wasatch County. It is situated in Provo Valley, on the river of the same name, at the east base of the Wasatch Range. Population, 1,672.
Heber; mountain, a hill summit southeast of Provo Valley.
Hebron; post village in Washington County; population, 111.
Helper; post village in Carbon County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 258.
Henefer; post village in Summit County; population, 347.
Henrieville; post village in Garfield County.
Henry; creek, small stream heading in Uinta Mountains and flowing north into Wyoming.
Henry; mountains, a group of laccolithic summits on the plateau west of Colorado River.
Henry; river, right-hand branch of Green River.
Herriman; post village in Salt Lake County; population, 278.
Hilgard, Mount; plateau summit at the head of Fremont River; altitude, 11,460 feet.
Hillers, Mount; Henry Mountains; altitude, 10,500 feet.
Hinkley; post village in Millard County; population, 453.
Hite; post village in Garfield County.
Hobble; creek rising in Wasatch Mountains and flowing west into Utah Lake.
Holden; town in Millard County; population, 437.
Holliday; post village in Salt Lake County.
Holmes, Mount; Henry Mountains; altitude, 8,000 feet.
Holyoake; post village in San Juan County.
Honeyville; post village in Boxelder County, on the Oregon Short Line.
Hooper; post village in Weber County, situated on the Oregon Short Line and the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 905.
Horseshoe; canyon, a portion of the canyon of Green River, in Uinta Range, just below its head.
Hot Springs; lake without outlet in the marshes southeast of Great Salt Lake.
House; narrow range of mountains in western Utah, lying between Sevier Lake Desert and White Valley.
Hoxie; creek, small right-hand branch of Colorado River.
Hoytsville; post village in Summit County; population, 395.
Hunter; post village in Salt Lake County; population, 339.
Huntington; town in Emery County; population, 987.
Huntington; creek, left fork of San Rafael River.
Huntsville; town in Weber County; population, 1,144.
Hurricane; cliffs, descending westward, crossing Virgin River at Toquerville, southern Utah.
Hyde Park; post village in Cache County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 647.
Hyrum; city in Cache County, situated in Cache Valley; population, 1,800.

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Ibapah; post village in Tooele County.
Ibex; post village in Millard County.
Indian; creek, right-hand branch of Beaver Creek.
Indian Head; plateau summit on Roan Cliffs; altitude, 9,810 feet.
Indianola; post village in San Pete County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 136.
Inverary; post village in Sevier County.
Iron; county; area 3,290 square miles; population, 3,123; magnetic declination 15° 40' east.
Iron; mountains, a short range on the southern border of Escalante Desert.
Iron; spring in southern part of Escalante Desert.
Island Park; small valley on Green River just above Split Mountain Canyon.
Ivie; creek, right-hand branch of Curtis Creek.

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Jensen; post village in Uinta County.
Joe's; valley on the upper waters of Cottonwood Creek.
Johnson; post village in Kane County; population, 81.
Jordan; river connecting Utah Lake with Great Salt Lake.
Joseph; post village in Sevier County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 556.
Juab; county; area, 3,310 square miles; population, 6,466; magnetic declination 16° 05' to 16° 30'.
Juab; post village in Juab County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 143.
Judd; creek, small stream sinking in the northern part of Sevier Desert.
Junction; post village, county seat of Piute County; population, 206.

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Kaiparowits; peak, a summit of Kaiparowits Plateau; altitude, 9,180 feet.
Kaiparowits; plateau, a broad table-land west of Colorado River, between Escalante and Paria rivers.
Kamas; post village in Summit County; population, 638.
Kamas; creek, left-hand branch of Weber River.
Kamas; prairie, elevated level valley on head waters of Weber River.
Kanab; town, county seat of Kane County, situated near the southern boundary of the State, on Kanab Creek; population, 613.
Kanab; creek, right-hand branch of Colorado River.
Kanarraville; post village in Iron County.
Kane; county; area 4,270 square miles; population, 1,908; magnetic declination 14° 30'.
Kanosh; post village in Millard County; population, 685.
Kaysville; city in Davis County, situated on the Oregon Short Line and the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 1,759.
Kelton; post village in Boxelder County, on the Southern Pacific Railway; magnetic declination 17° 50'.
Kettle; creek, right-hand branch of Green River.
Kidd; peak in Bear River Range; altitude, 9,905 feet.
King; post village in Cache County.
Kingston; post village in Piute County; population, 130.
Koosharem; post village in Piute County; population, 419.
Kwechupa; creek, left-hand branch of Curtis Creek.
Kwiant; creek, left-hand tributary of Green River East. 

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

 

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