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Washington County, Utah
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McQuarrie Memorial Museum, 145 North 100 East, St. George, UT 84770 ~ 435-628-7274
Museum is open daily except Wednesday, Sunday, Holidays and entire month of December
Hours: Jan through Nov - 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM


Welcome to the site of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers in Washington County, Utah

We are in the process of getting a new roof for the Museum!  It should be completed by October 10, 2014!
Thanks to the generous donations from many patrons, members and friends of our Museum. Here is the list of supporters who were recognized in the local newspaper and their names are on a plaque displayed in the Museum.  Many thanks to everyone who donated to this project!!
June & Brad Hatram  Best Western Travel Inn
Robert Cushing  Bloomington DUP Camp
Deleise Collins Boulevard Home Furnishings
Orr & mavis Hill Phyllis Stewart
Reid Ashman manufacturing Desert Sage DUP Camp
Wallace & Ginny Koford Snow Canyon DUP Camp
Vera Seitz Don & Dianna Morwood
Bruce & Lila Sanderson Paul & JoAnne Brown
Best Western Coral Hills Sid & Teresa Orton
Vera Joyce Sevy Ivins DUP Camp
Best Western Abbey Inn Jerry Atkin
Dori Wilkerson State of Utah Arts & Museums Grant
James M & Elizabeth Whitemore Family Annie McArthur Jennings Family
Albert Henry Truman Sr. Family Gary & Jeanine Vander Bruggen


Washington East Company - Holiday Social on November 19, 2014
Convention - February 6, 2015
Jubilee - April 18, 2015

Washington Company - Holiday Party - November 13, 2014
Jubilee - February 25, 2015
Convention - April 11, 2015

Washington West Company - Harvest Social - November 1, 2014
Convention - February 7, 2015
Jubilee - April 11, 2015

The three DUP Companies maintain a
Pioneer Museum
which is open to the public, with many
Pioneer Histories
, Pioneer Pictures, and Artifacts.

The objective of the organization of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers is to preserve our pioneer heritage and to honor the names and memories of those pioneers who came to Utah prior to May 10, 1869. This is the date when the two railroads, one from the East coast and one from the West coast, joined together in Utah.

We desire to educate our children and other descendants to appreciate their heritage and those who prepared the way for us.

Help us maintain our Museum.  Please click on the Donate button above.
Thank you for your support!
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