History of Millard County, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia (Links Added)

Area: 6,818 square miles; population: 11,333 (in 1990); county seat: Fillmore; origin of county name: after President Millard Fillmore; principal cities/towns: Delta (2,998), Fillmore (1,956); economy: alfalfa seed, cattle, electric power generation; points of interest: territorial statehouse in Fillmore, Cove Fort, Old Fort Deseret, Topaz Relocation Camp, Gunnison massacre site, Clear Lake Waterfowl Management Area, Intermountain Power Project.

Millard County is bordered on the east by the Pahvant Range, while west to the Nevada border lie the broad valleys and desert mountain ranges typical of the Great Basin. The Sevier River, which begins in mountains east of Cedar City, drains into the sometimes dry Sevier Lake in central Millard County. A huge granitic upthrust in the House Range, as well as volcanic cones and numerous fossil beds, provide clues to past geologic activity and prehistoric animal and plant life of the area.

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