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Three Lakes, Florida CDP in Florida, United States

Three Lakes is a census-designated place (CDP) in Miami-Dade County, Florida, United States. The population was 6,955 at the 2000 census. Its name comes from the planned community of Three Lakes, which is located inside Three Lakes CDP boundaries.

Three Lakes, Wisconsin Town in Wisconsin, United States

Three Lakes is a town in Oneida County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 2,131 at the 2010 census. The census-designated place of Three Lakes is located in the town. The unincorporated community of Clearwater Lake is also located in the town.

Three Lakes, Washington CDP in Washington, United States

Three Lakes is a census-designated place (CDP) in Snohomish County, Washington, United States. The population was 3,184 at the 2010 census.



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Kanab, Utah City in Utah, United States

Kanab is a city in and the county seat of Kane County, Utah, United States. It is located on Kanab Creek just north of the Arizona state line. This area was first settled in 1864 and the town was founded in 1870 when ten Latter-Day Saint families moved into the area. The population was 4,312 at the 2010 census.

U.S. Route 89 highway in the United States

U.S. Route 89 is a north–south United States Highway with two sections, and one former section. The southern section runs for 848 miles from Flagstaff, Arizona, to the southern entrance of Yellowstone National Park. The northern section runs for 404 miles from the northern entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Montana, ending at the Canada–US border. Unnumbered roads through Yellowstone connect the two sections. Before 1992, U.S. Highway 89 was a Canada to Mexico, border-to-border, highway that ended at Nogales, Arizona, on its southern end.

U.S. Route 89A highway in Arizona and Utah

U.S. Route 89A is a north–south auxiliary U.S. highway, though its actual direction of travel is more east–west. The highway is an old routing of U.S. Route 89 from Bitter Springs, Arizona to Kanab, Utah. The state of Arizona has designated this highway the Fredonia-Vermilion Cliffs Scenic Road. The highway is used to access Grand Canyon National Park and is known for the Navajo Bridge. Until 2008, the Utah portion was signed State Route 11.

Levi Stewart American pioneer

Levi Stewart was a Mormon pioneer and a founder of Kanab, Utah.

William Thomas Stewart American politician

William Thomas Stewart was mayor of Kanab, Utah, U.S. 1889-91, and a Representative to the Utah Territorial Legislature in 1887 and 1889.

Arizona Strip part of Arizona north of the Colorado River, having more physical/cultural connections with southern Utah and Nevada than the rest of Arizona due to the difficulty of crossing the Grand Canyon, whose largest settlements are Colorado City and Fredonia

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Jacob Hamblin American diplomat

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Kanab ambersnail subspecies of mollusc

The Kanab ambersnail, scientific name Oxyloma haydeni kanabense or Oxyloma kanabense, is a critically endangered subspecies or species of small, air-breathing land snail, a terrestrial pulmonate gastropod mollusc in the family Succineidae, the amber snails. The common name of the amber snails is based on the shell, which is translucent and when empty usually resembles amber in color.

Kanab Creek river in the United States of America

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L. John Nuttall Mormon leader

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U.S. Route 89 in Utah section of U.S. Highway in Utah

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Red Canyon is a 1949 American Technicolor Western film directed by George Sherman and starring Ann Blyth, Howard Duff and George Brent. It was based on the novel Wildfire by Zane Grey.

Buckskin Mountains (Arizona-Utah)

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Long Valley (Kane County, Utah) valley in Kane County, Utah, United States

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<i>The Lion and the Horse</i> 1952 American film by Louis King

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<i>The Yellow Tomahawk</i> 1954 film by Lesley Selander

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Mary E. Woolley Chamberlain Mayor of Kanab, Utah

Mary Elizabeth Woolley Chamberlain was an American politician who served as the mayor of Kanab, Utah, from 1911 to 1913. She presided over an all-women town council, and had earlier been elected as Utah's first female county clerk in 1896. She used the pseudonym Mary Howard during her time on the council.