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Uinta County, Wyoming

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  • Samuel Halston (1861 - 1895)
    "Killed by explosion at No. 5 Mine, Red Canyon, Wyoming, March 20, 1895. Samuel Halston, born at Sheep Bridge Square, New-bold Parrish, Derbyshire, England, May 22, 1861; he left England October 21, 18...
  • Eber Halston (1859 - 1873)
  • Albert Woodhead (1890 - 1931)
    INJURIES PROVE FATAL TO MINER IN ACME CAVEIN Death of Albert Woodhead Is First Death Accident At Sheridan-Wyoming Coal Mines In Past Seven Years.Albert Woodhead, 40, critically injured in an accident a...
  • Clarence Woodhead (1900 - 1981)
  • Raymond Woodhead (1898 - 1986)

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Uinta County was created on December 1, 1869, by the legislature of the Wyoming Territory. Originally, it ran along the entire western border of Wyoming. The county was named for Utah's Uinta Mountains, which are visible from many places in the county. The county was given its present boundaries in 1911.

Adjacent Counties

Cities, Towns & Communities

  • Almy
  • Aspen
  • Bear River
  • Bear River City
  • Carter
  • Evanston (County Seat)
  • Fort Bridger
  • Fort Supply
  • Lonetree
  • Lyman
  • Millburne
  • Mountain View
  • Piedmont
  • Robertson
  • Urie

Links

Wikipedia

Nat'l Reg. of Hist. Places

Wasatch Nat'l Forest (part)