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The Spanish Fork Agency was a continuation of the Salt Lake Agency and was established in 1851. From 1851 to 1859, the agent usually stayed in Salt Lake City, and from 1859 to 1865 it was located on the Spanish Fork Reservation south of Salt Lake City. In 1865, the Agency and the Ute Indians it represented was moved to the Uintah Valley in northeastern Utah and the name was changed to the Uintah Valley Agency.
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