Utah was originally settled by Native Americans. It wasn't until the Mormons arrived in 1847 that Utah began widespread settlement. More than half the state's population is Mormon, and the church is based in Salt Lake City. Much of Utah's land is used by the United States military, defense industry, and national parks. Utah draws a large number of tourists annually.
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Utah is the 12th largest USA state, bordered by Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, Wyoming, and Utah. Visit this site to learn more and find printable road, topographical, relief, and regional maps of Utah.
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