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

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Utahn (Duchesne) was a product of the 1905 land rush into the Uintah Basin. The settlement was nine miles north of Duchesne on U-35 and the Duchesne River. After peaking in 1920 with two hundred citizens, it finally stabilized as a small agricultural community.

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