An understanding of the history of the Sevier River Valley will probably clarify this distribution of pocket gophers.
After making peace we left them and rode on to Sevier River.
The Sevier River Valley separates the ranges ascribed to these two forms.
They are separated by the Sevier River, which flows northward.
We followed the valley down and stopped for lunch at the mouth of the Sevier River Canyon.
The ranges of these two races of talpoides converge southward at the headwaters of the Sevier River.
The Sampitches 'range through the Sanpitch valley and creek on the Sevier River.'
We drove down through this valley and camped at the east end, where the trail goes out, and down into the Sevier River Valley.
The next morning we strike the head of the creek and follow it down to the Sevier River.
This day we made nine or ten miles, and camped in a mountain pass, thirteen miles south of the Sevier River.