“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
“Bite-Size Bits of Local, National, and Global History”
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Historical Markers in Fillmore, Utah

Clickable Map of Millard County, Utah and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil;; J.J.Prats/dc:title> Millard County, UT (33) Beaver County, UT (19) Juab County, UT (26) Sanpete County, UT (67) Sevier County, UT (30) Lincoln County, NV (34) White Pine County, NV (26)  MillardCounty(33) Millard County (33)  BeaverCounty(19) Beaver County (19)  JuabCounty(26) Juab County (26)  SanpeteCounty(67) Sanpete County (67)  SevierCounty(30) Sevier County (30)  LincolnCountyNevada(34) Lincoln County (34)  WhitePineCounty(26) White Pine County (26)
Fillmore is the county seat for Millard County
Fillmore is in Millard County
      Millard County (33)  
      Beaver County (19)  
      Juab County (26)  
      Sanpete County (67)  
      Sevier County (30)  
      Lincoln County, Nevada (34)  
      White Pine County, Nevada (26)  
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1 Utah, Millard County, Fillmore — Capitol
In 1849, after a peace treaty was signed between Mexico and the United States, Congress was petitioned to admit the State of Desert to the Union. However, this petition was denied and the Organic Act of September 9, 1850, created the Utah Territory. . . . Map (db m69578) HM
2 Utah, Millard County, Fillmore — Dominguez - Escalante Trail
The written history of the Intermountain Region begins in 1776 with the remarkably accurate diary of Father Escalante, a Spanish Franciscan priest. He and Father Dominguez, together with eight companions, were the first white men known to have been . . . Map (db m69579) HM
3 Utah, Millard County, Fillmore — S-91 — Edward Partridge, Jr. HouseUtah Historical Site
This sandstone house was built by a local contractor for Edward Partridge, Jr., in 1871. Partridge moved to Utah with his mother and other family members in 1848. His father, who died in 1840, was the first bishop of the LDS Church. Edward was . . . Map (db m69584) HM
4 Utah, Millard County, Fillmore — 8 — Fillmore Pioneer Fort
This marks the Southwest corner of the Fort, built in October and November 1851 as protection from Indians, by first 17 families under direction of Anson Call, Jesse W. Fox, surveyor. About 2 city blocks in size, the front wall 8 to 10 feet high was . . . Map (db m69583) HM
5 Utah, Millard County, Fillmore — 408 — Fillmore's Adobe Church
These stones, quarried in Chalk Creek and hauled by oxen in 1854, were used in the foundation of the two-storied 30 x 40 adobe church building located in the Pioneer Fort one half block east of Main Street. Remodeled into one 30 x 60 hall with oval . . . Map (db m69580) HM
6 Utah, Millard County, Fillmore — Land of the Yuta
There are three markers on this kiosk Center Marker The Ute Domain First described by Spanish explorers as the YUTA Indians (pronounced Ute-ah), the ancestors of the Ute people are thought to have migrated from the . . . Map (db m75470) HM
7 Utah, Millard County, Fillmore — 190 — Little Rock Schoolhouse
Fillmore was settled in 1851. Before the close of the first year the Pioneers had erected a log school room inside the fort. It had split logs for seats, a dirt roof and floor. In 1854 an adobe church was built which also served as school. In 1867 . . . Map (db m69581) HM
8 Utah, Millard County, Fillmore — 7 — Utah’s First Capitol
Creating Fillmore City and Millard County the Territorial Legislature of Utah selected Pahvant Valley, as Capitol site October 29, 1851. This spot was selected by Governor Brigham Young. Construction work began in 1852. Truman O. Angell, architect . . . Map (db m1277) HM
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Sep. 30, 2023