top of page

Clean, attractive gray-tinted plate of a dramatic winter scene in Fort Utah, Valley of the Great Salt Lake, near Utah Lake. The fort is visible, with mountains in the background, and birds in the snowy scene's foregraound. From Stansbury's 1853 Exploration and Survey of the Great Salt Lake of Utah. Howard Stansbury, a Captain and topographical engineer, was assigned in to survey the region of the Great Salt Lake in search of a possible transcontinental railway route and of a better route between Fort Bridger (Wyoming) and Salt Lake City (Utah).

Fort Utah, Valley of the Great Salt Lake, from Stansbury's 1853 Report

SKU: 128
$55.00Price
  • Fort Utah, Valley of the Great Salt Lake, from Stansbury's 1853 Report

More Maps