History of Hickman Bridge, Utah
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HICKMAN BRIDGE

Hickman Bridge is a prominent natural bridge in Capitol Reef National Park. An early topographer called the bridge Broad Arch for its large size. The name was later changed to honor Joe Hickman, who spent twenty-five years promoting Capitol Reef as a national monument. The bridge was discovered in 1940 by Owen Hibbert, W.C. Chesnut, and Fred Fagagreen.

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