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Labyrinth; canyon on Green River just above its junction with the Grand; maximum depth, 1,000 feet.
Lake; creek, left-hand branch of Duchesne River.
Lake; mountains, a short range east of Utah Lake.
Lakepoint; post village in Tooele County, on the Oregon Short Line.
Lakeshore; post village in Utah County, situated on the Oregon Short Line and the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 643.
Lakeside; mountains, a narrow range on the western shore of Great Salt Lake.
Laketown; post village in Rich County; population, 274.
Lakeview; peak, summit of Bear Lake Plateau; altitude, 7,795 feet.
La Motte; peak, Uinta Range; altitude, 13,000 feet.
La Sal; post village in San Juan County; population, 62.
Last Chance; creek, small right-hand branch of Escalante River.
Lawrence; post village in Emery County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 190.
Layton; post village in Davis County, situated on the Oregon Short Line and the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 905.
Leamington; post village in Millard County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 318.
Lee; post village in Morgan County.
Leeds; post village in Washington County; population, 267.
Lehi; city in Utah County. It is situated near the foot of Utah Lake, and has two railroads, the Oregon Short Line and the Rio Grande Southern. Population, 2,591.
Leidy; peak, Uinta Range; altitude, 12,250 feet.
Lena, Mount; Uinta Range; altitude, 9,500 feet.
Levan; post village in Juab County; population, 531.
Le Verkin; creek, right-liana branch of Virgin River.
Lewis; creek, right-hand branch of Fremont River.
Lewiston; post village in Cache County; population, 969.
Liberty; post village in Weber County; population, 270.
Lincoln; post village in Tooele County.
Lindon; post village in Utah County.
Linnaeus, Mount; Abajo Mountains; altitude, 11,000 feet.
Little Bear; river, left-hand branch of Bear River, heading in Bear River Range.
Little Cottonwood; creek, right-hand branch of Jordan River, heading in Wasatch Mountains.
Little; creek, small left-hand tributary to Sevier River.
Little Creek; peak, plateau summit between Sevier and Parowan valleys; altitude, 10,010 feet.
Little Salt Lake; sink in Parowan Valley.
Loa; post village, county seat of Wayne County.
Logan; city, county seat of Cache County, situated in Cache Valley on the Oregon Short Line; population, 5,756.
Logan; creek, left-hand fork of Bear River, heading in Bear River Range.
Long; valley on Virgin River near its head.
Lost; creek, right-hand branch of Weber River.
Lost; creek, small right-hand branch of Sevier River.
Lyman; post village in Wayne County.

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McElmo; creek, small right-hand branch of San Juan River.
Magotsu; creek, right fork of Santa Clara Creek.
Malad; river, left-hand branch of Bear River, flowing southward through a broad valley and entering Bear River near its mouth.
Mamie; creek, small left-hand branch of Escalante River.
Mammoth; post village in Juab County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 389.
Mammoth; creek, left fork of Sevier River.
Manning; post village in Utah County.
Manti; city, county seat of San Pete County, situated in San Pete Valley, on the San Pete Valley Railway; population, 2,328.
Manti; creek, left-hand branch of San Pete River.
Mapleton; post village in Utah County, situated on the Rio Grande Western and the Union Pacific railways; population, 536.
Marion; post village in Summit County.
Markagunt; plateau separating Sevier from Virgin River.
Marmaduke; spring in the northwestern part of Sevier Desert.
Marriotts; post village in Weber County; population, 309.
Marsh; peak, Uinta Range; altitude, 12,250 feet.
Marvine, Mount; plateau summit at head of Fremont River; altitude, 11,600 feet.
Marysvale; post village in Piute County.
Marysvale; peak, summit cm Sevier Plateau; altitude, 10,359 feet.
Mayfield; post village in San Pete County; population, 546.
Meadow; town in Millard County; population, 376.
Meadowville; post village in Rich County; population, 141; magnetic declination, 17° 20'.
Mendon; city in Cache County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 532.
Mercur; post village and mining town in Tooele County; population, 303.
Mesa; creek, small right-hand branch of East Fork of Sevier River.
Midget Crest; a summit of Tushar Mountains Beaver.
Midway; post village in Wasatch County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 944.
Milburn; post village in San Pete County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 223.
Milford; post village in Beaver County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 277.
Mill; creek, right-hand branch of Jordan River, heading in Wasatch Mountains Sail Lake.
Mill; creek, small left-hand branch of East Canyon Creek.
Millard; county; area, 6,600 square miles; population, 5,375; magnetic declination, northeast, 15° 40' to 16°.
Mill Creek; post village in Salt Lake County; population, 2,008.
Miller; post village in Salt Lake County.
Millton; post village in Tooele County.
Millville; post village in Cache County; population, 576.
Mineral; mountains, a short isolated range in Beaver County.
Minersville; post village in Beaver County; population, 523.
Moab; town, county seat of Grand County; population, 525.
Molen; post village in Emery County; population, 206.
Mona; post village in Juab County, on the Oregon Short Line; population, 418.
Monroe; town in Sevier County; population, 1,151.
Monroe; creek, small right-hand branch of Sevier River.
Monroe; peak, a summit of Sevier Plateau; altitude, 11,240 feet.
Montezuma; creek, right-hand branch of San Juan River.
Monticello; post village, county seat of San Juan County; population, 149.
Monument; valley, a plateau valley south of San Juan River, in which are eroded sandstones simulating monuments Henry Mountains.
Moraine; creek, left-hand branch of Fremont River.
Morgan; county; area, 600 square miles; population, 2,261; magnetic declination, 16°.
Morgan; city, county seat of Morgan County, situated on the Rio Grande Western and the Union Pacific railways; population, 800.
Moroni; city in San Pete County, situated in San Pete Valley, on the San Pete Valley Railway; population, 1,406.
Mountain Meadows; valley or divide at the head of Santa Clara Creek; the scene of the massacre of emigrants by Mormons.
Mount Carmel; post village in Kane County; population, 156.
Mount Pleasant; city in San Pete County, situated in San Pete Valley, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 2,481.
Mousley; post village in Salt Lake County.
Muddy; creek, left-hand tributary to Curtis Creek.
Mukuntuweap; canyon on west fork of Virgin River.
Murray; post village in Salt Lake County, located on the Oregon Short Line and the Rio Grande Western railways; population, 2,510.
Musinia; peak, a plateau summit east of Sevier River.

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Naples; post village in Uinta County.
Navajo; mountain, a laccolithic peak rising from the plateau at the mouth of San Juan River; altitude, 10,416 feet.
Navajo; well, water hole at foot of Vermilion Cliffs.
Nebo, Mount; Wasatch Range; altitude, 11,680 feet.
Needle; mountains, a narrow range in western Utah.
Nephi; city, county seat of Juab county, situated in Juab Valley, on the Oregon Short Line and the San Pete Valley railways; population, 2,515; magnetic declination, 16°.
New Harmony; post village in Washington County.
Newton; post village in Cache County; population, 554.
Nine Mile; valley at head waters of Minnie Maud Creek Price River.
North; creek, right-hand branch of Beaver Creek.
North; creek, right-hand branch of Spanish Fork.
North; creek, small right-hand branch of Virgin River.
North Eden; creek, a small tributary to Bear Lake from the east.
North Logan; peak in Bear River Range; altitude, 10,004 feet.
North Ogden; post village in Weber County; population, 787.
Notom; post village in Wayne County.

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

 

 

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