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Arches National Park Main Entrance Road, Beginning at U.S. Highway 191, approximately 6 miles north of Moab, Moab, Grand County, UT

Arches National Park Main Entrance Road, Beginning at U.S. Highway 191, approximately 6 miles north of Moab, Moab, Grand County, UT

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Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Civilian Conservation Corps
Alleman, Carl
Strong Construction Company
Roosevelt, Franklin Delano
Johnson, Lyndon B
Nixon, Richard
Ringhoffer, Alexander
Mather, Stephen
Schmidt, Henry G
Richey, Charles A
Miller, Horace
Quin, transmitter
French, Christine Madrid, historian
Grogan, Brian C, photographer
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Moab (Utah)38.57332, -109.54984
Google Map of 38.5733155, -109.5498395
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