UTAH: Terrible Lizards

In 1909, in the northeast corner of Utah, on a bare ridge of the desolate Uinta Mountains, diggers discovered the fossil remains of several dinosaurs ("terrible lizards"). The U. S. Government set apart 80 acres at the site, named it Dinosaur National Monument, recently began building a museum. Last week the Department of the Interior announced that, by proclamation of the President, the monument had been enlarged: to its present 80 acres were added 318 square miles of Utah and northwestern Colorado, making Dinosaur National Monument practically a national park. In it, tourists will...

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