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History of the Jordan River in Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names (Links Added)
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Since the 1980s the Jordan River and its environs have come to be thought of as an urban oasis, offering a variety of recreational activities such as the International Peace Gardens, jogging and equestrian trails, fishing, canoeing, a water slide, a model airplane park, golf courses, and other attractions.

See: Atlas of Utah (1981); Richard Poll, ed., Utah's History (1978); Dale L. Morgan, The Great Salt Lake (1986).

Kevin B. Hallaran

*The Jordan River flows through the following counties: Utah, Salt Lake.
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