history of Millard County

  • 452 Pages
  • 4.65 MB
  • English
Utah State Historical Society, Millard County Commission , Salt Lake City, [xx]
Millard County (Utah) -- His


Millard County (

StatementEdward Leo Lyman, Linda King Newell.
Series[Utah centennial county history series]
ContributionsNewell, Linda King., Utah State Historical Society., Millard County (Utah). County Commission.
LC ClassificationsF832.M5 L96 1999
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 452 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL391272M
ISBN 100913738387
LC Control Number98061319

Milestones of Millard: a History of Millard County book of History of Millard County [Day, Stella H. and Sebrina C. Ekins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Milestones of Millard: a Century of History of Millard County Author: Stella H. and Sebrina C. Ekins Day. You may be a native but this is where you will learn Millard County history. Read and enjoy. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report abuse. joyce frampton.

out of 5 stars Delivered on time as promised. Reviewed in the United States on Verified Purchase. Book in great condition. Read more/5(3). Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for A History of Millard County by Utah State Historical Society, Edward Leo Lyman and Linda King Newell (, Book, Illustrated) at the best history of Millard County book prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. A history of Millard County by Edward Leo Lyman,Utah State Historical Society, Millard County Commission edition, in EnglishPages: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Series statement from jacket.

Description: xii, pages: illustrations, map ; 24 cm. Series Title. Title: A History of Millard County: Publisher: Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah: Date: Subject: Archaeology; Series (Publications). History of Millard County, Utah, located in western Utah and containing the limits of Pahvant Valley, with short histories of each town in Millard County, quotes from pioneer writings, including Anson Call's autobiography, pictures of historical buildings, and portraits of Chief Kanosh and his wife.

illard County's history is as rich and varied as any in the state. It has been a distinct pleasure for the authors, both county natives, to immerse themselves in the source materials in an attempt to distill many, but certainly, with the rigid length constraints of this book, not all of the most important developments in Millard County history.

The item years of history of Millard County, sponsored by East and West Millard Chapters of Daughters of Utah Pioneers ; East Millard compiled by Stella H. Day, West Millard compiled by Sebrina C. Ekins ; West Millard pictures gathered and arranged by Josephine B.

Walker represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in. PROBLEM the purpose of this thesis Is to describe the settle- ment of millard county by the latterdaylatterday saint pioneerspioneer presenting problems which they confronted and the manner in which these hardships were handled in short to give a history and account of the settling of millard county by the mormon pioneers METHOD OF PROCEDURE the writer checked every available book.

Utah Centennial County History Series history of Millard County, Utah. Contents: General Introduction; The Land and Its Earliest Inhabitants; Mormon Exploration and Settlement; Expansion of the County; Maturation of County Communities and Early Economic Expansion; Late-Nineteenth Century Economic and Community Development; Millard County in the Early Twentieth; Expansion in the.

A collection of historical archive photos documenting some of the notable people, places and events in the history of Millard, starting in the early s, through the town's annexation in. MILESTONES OF MILLARD: YEARS OF HISTORY OF MILLARD COUNTY. Comp. by S.H. Day & S.C. Ekins. Hardcover. () Reprint.

This item is special order It is printed on-demand whenever an order is received. Depending on the publisher's backlog, weeks may be required for delivery.

A history of Millard County This edition published in by Utah State Historical Society, Millard County Commission in Salt Lake City. [xx].Pages: History. The Utah Territory legislature created the county on October 4,with territory not previously covered by county creations, and including some area in the future state of was named for thirteenth US President Millard Fillmore, who was in office at the time.

Fillmore was designated as the county seat. The county boundaries were altered inininand in. Builders of early Millard: Biographies of pioneers of Millard County, to by Day, Stella H and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   Writing of a page history of Millard County has been launched and is expected to be completed prior to Utah's centennial year observance in The project involves obtaining photographs and research in getting names, places, special stories and histories.

The book will be written and compiled by Linda King Newell of Fillmore and Dr. Leo Lyman, history professor at Victor. The commission (known during the territorial period as the county court) was authorized to manage all county business and property.

Details history of Millard County PDF

Custody History. This record book was brought into the Archives for microfilming by Carl Camp of the Millard Territorial State House on Janu The series was created to accomodate immediate filming. Millard County, Utah is located one hundred and fifty miles south of Salt Lake City in the west central part of the state.

The county is bounded on the north by Juab County, on the west by Nevada, on the south by Beaver County, and on the east by Sevie, Sanpete, and Juab are interesting formations of extinct volcanoes.

Fossils can be found and well marked evidences of an ancient. Many of the struggles and accomplishments that make up the history of Millard County, may be seen throughout the murals in this book. We must stand in wonder, as we look about us, to contemplate what labors our pioneer forebearers undertook, without modern tools and equipment.

Methods of farming, building, developing water systems, subduing the. On 5 January the Utah legislature reduced Millard County land in present-day Nevada by carving out part of Carson County and the northern part of Beaver the U.S.

Congress created Nevada Territory with its eastern border at ° W, and in moved Nevada's eastern border one degree of longitude east, and repeated that again ineach time reducing Millard County, Utah. The Millard family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Millard families were found in the UK in In there were Millard families living in New York.

This was about 40% of all the recorded Millard's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Millard families in Guide to Millard County, Utah ancestry, family history, and genealogy. Birth records, marriage and death records, cemeteries, census, church records, probate records, and obituaries—resources to find parents and family history sincewhen the county was formed.

Click on the story you want to read below, it is a link that will take you there:   Origins and Distribution of the Millard name   - The Millard Family and Kleinsteuber Connection - Updated Mapledurham Millards - Mapledurham Origins - Millard Family Photo Gallery - March 6, My Family’s ties to Woolworth Stores is Strong.

Mining and smelting have contributed to the county's economic growth, with Millard producing significant amounts of fluorspar, copper, manganese, sulphur, gypsum, beryllium, and salt.

The most important industrial development, however, began in the s when plans were made for the Intermountain Power Project's huge coal-burning plant near Delta. History of Wellsville, Utah N Millard Co. "Builders of Early Millard." Daughters of Utah Pioneers, Millard County.

This is a compilation of biographies for the settlers of Millard County, Utah. Published inapprox.

Description history of Millard County PDF

pages. SDR "History & Genealogy of the Franklin Alonzo Robison Family." Carrie Robison Despain & Melba Despain Garner.

Custody History. After the precinct was eliminated in a reorganization of the justice courts in Millard County the records dating from were transferred to the county clerk, who transferred them to the State Archives in The docket dating from came into the possession of the Fillmore City Recorder at some point in time.

John E. Steele was the originator of the name "Delta". Later it was recorded on county books August 6,that the town of Burtner be changed to the town of Delta. The name seemed appropriate since the valley is a delta of Lake Bonneville and the streams which followed its drying up.

Download history of Millard County FB2

Millard County. Millard/West Central Utah Bookmobile services were discontinued on J The Utah/Northern Juab County Bookmobile will now serve Eureka and Vernon. Library services are available at the Delta City Library and the President Millard Fillmore Library in Millard County. The Utah State Library thanks Millard County for the opportunity to serve you, and we expressly thank Melanie Stubbs.

I was busy working on my column for the Douglas County Sentinel, so I did not see the delivery driver, but I heard the thud as he tossed the package onto the front porch. Millard Fillmore was a Know Nothing. Get Lisa’s Book: “Douglasville” Douglasville Images of America Douglasville, Lisa's first book, is a pictorial history of.

Areas neighboring Millard County are Juab County (north), Sanpete County (east central), Sevier County, Beaver County (south), Lincoln County, Nevada, White Pine County, Nevada. Millard County vital records can be found at the Utah Office of Vital Records has copies of birth, marriage, divorce and death is a fee for each copy requested.

Millard is launching several initiatives to improve race relations, including having principals read a book that argues that white people in America are racist and don’t know it or won’t.Fillmore is a city and the county seat of Millard County, Utah, United States.

The population was 2, at the United States is named for the thirteenth US President Millard Fillmore, who was in office when Millard County was created by the Utah Territorial legislature. Fillmore was the capital of the Utah Territory from toalthough the territorial legislature met in.