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Table Cliff; plateau, a southern outlier of Aquarius Plat can.
Tantalus; creek, right-hand branch of Fremont River.
Taylorsville; town in Salt Lake County; population, 269.
Teardale; post village in Wayne County.
Temple; creek, small right-hand branch of Fremont River.
Terrace; post village in Boxelder County, on the Southern Pacific Railway; population, 274.
Terrace; range, a short narrow range of mountains along the northwest shore of Great Salt Lake.
Terrill, Mount; plateau summit at head of Fremont River; altitude, 11,600 feet.
Thatcher; post village in Boxelder County.
Thistle; post village in Utah County; population, 196.
Thistle; creek, left fork of Spanish Fork.
Thompson; post village in Grand County.
Thousand Lake; mountain, a plateau summit near head of Fremont River.
Three Lakes; small ponds on a tributary to Kanab Creek.
Thurber: post village in Wayne County.
Thurber, Mount; a plateau summit east of Sevier Valley.
Timpanogos; peak in Wasatch Mountains Salt Lake.
Tintic Hills; basin range on northeastern border of Sevier Desert.
Tomasaki, Mount; La Sal Mountains; altitude, 12,271 feet.
Tooele; city in Tooele County. It is situated in Tooele Valley, south of Great Salt Lake, on the Oregon Short Line. Population, 1,154.
Tooele; county; area 7,010 square miles; population, 4,428; magnetic declination, 16° to 17°.
Tooele; valley, a broad desert valley south of Great Sale Lake, between Oquirrh and Stansbury ranges.
Toquerville; post village in Washington County; magnetic declination, 15° 30'; population, 349.
Torrey; post village in Wayne County.
Trachyte; creek, small right-hand branch of Colorado River.
Trenton; post village in Cache County; population, 241.
Tropic; post village in Garfield County; population, 440.
Trout Creek; post village in Juab County.
Tucker; post village in Utah County; population, 187.
Tukuhnikivatz, Mount; La Sal Mountains; altitude, 12,000 feet.
Tushar; mountains, short range west of Sevier Valley.
Twelve Mile; creek, left-hand branch of San Pete River.
Twin; peak, Wasatch Range Salt Lake.
Two Water; creek, left-hand branch of White River.

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Uinta; post village in Weber County, on the Union Pacific Railway; population, 287.
Uinta; county; area 5,2.00 square miles; population, 3,967; magnetic declination, 15° 30' to 16° 05'.
Uinta; river, left-hand branch of Duchesne River.
Union; post village in Salt Lake County; population, 700.
Upton; post village in Summit County; population, 237.
Utah; county; area 2,130 square miles; population, 29,229; magnetic declination, 16° to 16° 15'.
Utah Hot Springs; post village in Boxelder County.

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Valley; mountains, a narrow range west of Sevier River.
Verdure; post village in San Juan County; population, 48.
Vernal; post village, county seat of Uinta County; population, 471.
Vernon; post village in Tooele County; population, 194.
View; post village in Weber County.
Vineyard; post village in Utah County; population, 245.
Virgin; post village in Washington County; population, 285.
Virgin; river, large, right-hand branch of Colorado River. It heads in southern Utah, opposite head of Sevier River, and flows in a generally southwest course.

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Waas, Mount; La Sal Mountains, altitude 12,566 feet.
Wales; post village in San Pete County; population, 305.
Wallsburg; post village in Wasatch County; population, 468.
Wanship; post village in Summit County, on the Union Pacific Railway; population, 225.
Warm; creek, small right-hand branch of Colorado River.
Wasatch; post village in Salt Lake County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway.
Wasatch; county; organized in 1862; area, 4,150 square miles; population, 4,408; magnetic declination, 16° 0'.
Wasatch; mountains, a range separating in part the drainage of the Colorado from the Great Basin. It is a monoclinal uplift, dipping gently eastward, and presenting a broken fault face to the Salt Lake Valley on the west. It extends from the northern boundary of Utah southward below 40°, where its line is taken up by high plateaus. It is cut by several streams, which, heading in the country to the eastward, flow across it, cutting tremendous gorges. Among these streams are Weber, Ogden, and Provo rivers and Spanish Fork Salt Lake.
Washakie; post village in Boxelder County.
Washington; city in Washington County; population, 484.
Washington; county; area, 2,440 square miles; population, 4,619; magnetic declination, 15° 15'.
Water Pocket Flexure; anticlinal uplift, much dissected, crossed by Fremont River.
Water Pocket Fold; plateau ridge between Hoxie Creek and Escalante River.
Wayne; county; organized in 1892; area, 2,390 square miles; population, 1,520; magnetic declination, 15° 25'.
Weber; post village in Weber County.
Weber; county; area, 530 square miles; population, 25,015; magnetic declination, 16° 40'.
Weber; river, large tributary to Great Salt Lake. It heads in the western end of the Uinta Range, flows northwest, and finally cuts a deep canyon through the Wasatch Range into Salt Lake Valley.
Wellington; post village in Carbon County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 429.
Wellsville; city in Cache County, situated in Cache Valley; population, 1,390.
West Jordan; post village in Salt Lake County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 1,561.
West Portage; post village in Boxelder County.
West Tavaputs; plateau, the second in the series of three inclined plateaus, through which Green River cuts its canyons, south of Uinta Mountains Price River.
Westwater; post village in Grand County, on the Rio Grande Western Railway; population, 63.
Wheeler, Mount; Uinta Range; altitude, 7,750 feet.
White; river, left-hand branch of Green River.
White Rocks; post village in Uinta County.
White; valley lying between House and Blank ranges, in western Utah.
Willard; city in Boxelder County. It has two railways, the Oregon Short Line and the Southern Pacific. Population, 936.
Willow; creek, small right-hand branch of Sevier River.
Willow; creek, flows from Stansbury Mountains and sinks in Tooele Valley.
Wilson; post village in Weber County; population, 445.
Wilson; peak, Uinta Range; altitude, 13,300 feet.
Winslow; creek, left-hand branch of Escalante River.
Wonsits; valley on Green River above mouth of White River.
Woodland; post village in Summit County; population, 450.
Woodruff; post village in Rich County; population, 445.
Woods Cross; post village in Davis County, on the Oregon Short Line and the Rio Grande Western Railway.
Woodside; post village in Emery County; population, 132.
Workman; spring in the plateau south of Virgin River.

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Yampa; plateau, elevated table-land south of Yampa and Green rivers, near south base of Uinta Range.
Yogowotsi; creek, left-hand tributary to Green River.
Yost; post village in Boxelder County.
Young Point; plateau summit west of Castle Valley; altitude, 8,750.

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Zion; creek, right-hand branch of Virgin River

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

 

 

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