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  • Miller County was created 1 April 1820 from Hempstead County.
  • The majority of it was in the present-day state of Texas.
  • On 17 October 1828, a part was set off to form Sevier County.
  • Miller County was dissolved when the county was split to form Red River and Fannin counties in 1838, when Texas was still part of Arkansas.
  • The newer Miller County was organized from Lafayette County 22 December 1874.
  • 1820 Census for old Miller County is missing.