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Piute County Demographics
763 square miles - 0.92 percent of state - 25th in size
1865 - Piute County was created from part of Beaver County in 1865 by a legislative enactment.
Rugged - Piute County is quite mountainous. The western border of the county is situated astride the summit of the Tushar Range, which is the highest range in southeastern Utah. The eastern section of the county includes parts of the high Sevier Plateau and the Parker Range. The balance of the county consists of the Sevier River Valley and the Grass Valley regions.
Agriculture and mining.
Circleville, Junction, Kingston and Marysvale.
Minerals: Uranium, Alunite, Gold, Silver, Lead, Zinc, Tale, Mercury, Perlite, and Manganese.
Timber: Red Pine, White Pine, Spruce and Aspen.
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