Utah Frontier Forts Prior 1902

Ashley, Fort, Utah – On Utah Lake.

Battle Creek, Camp, Utah – Near Salt Lake City.
Beaver Canyon, Fort at, Utah – Near Beaver City; Fort Cameron.

Cameron Fort, Utah – Near Beaver City.
Clarke Fort, Utah. – In San Pete Valley.
Crittenden, Fort, Utah. – In Cedar Valley: originally called Camp Floyd.
Crossman Camp, Utah. – On Salt Creek.

Douglas Fort, Utah – Three miles east of Salt Lake City.
Du Chesne Fort, Utah – On the Uintah River, Uintah County

Eastman Camp, Utah – On Chicken Creek.
Ephriam Fort, Utah – Near Salt Lake City

Floyd Camp, Utah – Name changed to Fort Crittenden.

Gunnison, Fort, Utah – At San Pete.

Hamilton Fort, Utah.
Haven Fort, Utah – In Carson Valley.
Herriman Fort, Utah – At Salt Lake.

Johnston Fort, Utah – In Cedar Valley.

Kent Camp, Utah – At Fort Douglas.
Kingston Fort, Utah.

Murray Camp, Utah – Near Peoa, 40 miles from Salt Lake City.

Paige Camp, Utah – In San Pete Valley.
Porter Camp, Utah – In San Pete Valley.

Rawlins Fort, Utah – Near Provo City.

Scott Camp, Utah – On Blacks Fork of Green River.
Shunk Camp, Utah – Twenty-five miles southwest of Camp Floyd.
Supply Fort, Utah – At Blacks Fork, near Fort Bridger.

Thornburgh Fort, Utah – At junction of Du Chene and Greene rivers.
Timpanogas Camp, Utah – Six miles from Provo.

Uintah Fort, Utah – On Uintah River.
Utah Fort, Utah – Near Great Salt Lake City.

Forts, History,

War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Returns Division. List of Military Posts Etc. Established in the United States from its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time. Washington: Government Printing Office. 1902.

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