The Great Basin National Heritage Area was designated by Congress in 2006 to recognize its "classic western landscape that contains long natural vistas, isolated high desert valleys, mountain ranges, ranches, mines, historic railroads, archaeological sites and tribal communities." The recognized Area is made up of two neighboring counties, White Pine in Nevada and Millard in Utah, as representative of the larger geographic Great Basin. The Great Basin National Heritage Partnership was designated at the local coordinating entity for the Area.
Great Basin National Heritage Area;
White Pine County (Nev.); Millard County (Utah)
Great Basin National Heritage Partnership
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Published online by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah