Powell Plaque is a memorial on East Fork Virgin River in Parunuweap Canyon Wilderness Study Area, UT.

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Powell Plaque

Major John W. Powell (1834–1902), Explorer and Scientist. Stephen V. Jones (1840–1920), Teacher and Topographer. Pres. Joseph W. Young (1829–1873), Mormon Pioneer Leader.

Descended Labyrinth Falls 1/2 Mile Below Monday September 30, 1872 during first Parunuweap Canyon Traverse. Powell named this canyon from the Paiute Indian word Parunuweap which means "Roaring Water Canyon."

Plaque (Dedicated 1972)
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