Submitted by scott on Sun, 11/07/2021 - 19:15

Ford Ham 's Fork . After 12 miles the road forks at the 2d striking of Ham 's Fork , both branches leading to Fort Bridger. Mail takes the left hand path. Then Black 's Fork, 20 x 2 , clear and pretty valley, with grass and fuel, cotton-wood and yellow currants. Cross the stream 3 times. After 12 miles, “ Church Butte.” Ford Smith 's Fork, 30 feet wide and shallow , a tributary of Black 's Fork Station at Millersville on Smith 's Fork ; large store and good accommodation .....  20 miles  2 pm to 5:15  pm Aug.29, 1860

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