History of Tintic, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names. (Links Added)

TINTIC

Tintic (Juab) was a small community settled in 1903. It is now a highway junction for U-36 and US-6 west of Mona. Tintic (Tintick) was a renegade Indian chief who, with his small local band of Goshute Indians, claimed the country on the west side of Utah Lake in Cedar, Tintic and Skull Valleys.

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