The agricultural village was the basis of the original economy of Utah established by the Mormon settlers, but it has since been supplanted in importance by the industrial and commercial activities of the large centers of the Wasatch Front counties of Salt Lake, Weber, and Utah. This study was conducted in an attempt to determine the future of those communities removed from industrialized northern Utah. The village of Meadow, Millard County, was chosen as an example and it was subjected to a detailed geographic analysis. From this analysis conclusions have been drawn regarding its future.
College and Department
Family, Home, and Social Sciences; Geography
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Jackson, Richard H., "Meadow, Millard County, Utah: the Geography of a Small Mormon Agricultural Community" (1966). All Theses and Dissertations. 4820.
Mormon Church, Utah, Meadow