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Fancher Honored For Reconciliation, October 23, 2007 - Article

J.K. Fancher Jr. (right) of Harrison poses with a Lifetime Achievement Award
presented to him by the Mountain Meadows Association Board of Directors. It
honors Fancher for his work in fostering reconciliation between all parties involved
in the 1857 incident in which 120 members of a wagon train from Arkansas were
murdered in Utah by Mormons. Fancher's son, Terry, who is the President of the
Mountain Meadows Association, holds a cross from the 150th anniversary ceremony
at the Mountain Meadows site. The Fanchers are standing in front of the 1955 Mountain
Meadows Monument in Harrison, Arkansas.


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