Plate 792X. Enterprise Cemetery 1936 – 2005 Viewed north along the eastern edge of the Enterprise Cemetery - - the cemetery is on the left side of the fence. According to the caption on the original photograph the cemetery was fenced to exclude livestock in 1925 and “affords a contrast between the protected and heavily grazed range and also shows the abundance of grass cover which results from protection. Diaries of old time residents depict this range as once supporting stands of grass similar to that which is now found inside the cemetery.” Hilaria jamesii or galleta was the most abundant grass inside the cemetery in 1936.
U.S. Forest Service photograph (330776) taken on October 1, 1936; retake by Darrell McMahon on August 18, 2004 - - Photo No. DM-66-11. Original photograph held by the Utah Historical Society, Reed W. Bailey Collection (Box 15), Salt Lake City, UT.
Dry Meadow, Sagebrush
South West: Section 12, Range 17 West, Township 37 South; UTM 260876 E, 4162349 N; elevation 5,307 ft.