May we forever remember and honor those buried
 in this valley. May we never forget this tragedy
 but learn from the past."

                                      

 

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"In Memoriam - Between September 7 And 11, 1857 A Company Of More Than 120 Arkansas Emigrants Led By Capt. John T. Baker and Capt. Alexander Fancher Was Attacked While En Route To California. This Event Is Known In History As The MOUNTAIN MEADOWS MASSACRE."

The 1857 Mountain Meadows Massacre

The Arkansas Emigrants

List Of The Known Mountain Meadows Massacre Victims

The 17 Children Who Survived

The 37 Known Children Who Died


THERE ARE CURRENTLY THREE MEMORIALS
AT THE 1857 MOUNTAIN MEADOWS MASSACRE
NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK SITE
IN MOUNTAIN MEADOWS, UTAH:

 

 

1999 Mountain Meadows Monument
 More Information
 
Virtual Tour of 1999 Monument

 

The Mountain Meadows Association (MMA) is a non-profit, volunteer organization that works to identify, remember, and  honor those killed in the Mountain Meadows Massacre of 1857. Our goal is to protect and preserve the graves of the victims, and the surrounding Mountain Meadows area, and to remember those who were killed in deference to the wishes of the descendant families.

In June 2011, the Mountain Meadows Site was designated as a
National Historic Landmark



Membership is open to everyone! Our members are from both sides of the event, and have come together with forgiveness, fellowship, and understanding. We are the original Mountain Meadows Massacre organization; by far the largest, and longest established organization in existence today.


Genealogy

We welcome descendants, historians, and anyone with an interest in the history of the Massacre and/or the preservation of the Mountain Meadows site. The majority of our membership is comprised of descendants of the victims.



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VISITOR INFORMATION

 



YOUR ASSISTANCE IS NEEDED!   

PLEASE
JOIN THE MMA
OR MAKE A DONATION!
  

 Funds are used for maintenance and other
projects associated with the monuments,
as well as the surrounding land.
 

The Mountain Meadows Association (MMA) also acts as a resource for  research, and provides historical data and genealogical information about all of those who died at Mountain Meadows,  and promotes inquiry, discussion, and  dissemination of accurate information about the event.

Leave Flowers for the Victims
At the MMA's Virtual Gravesite
At Find-A-Grave

 

 

 

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