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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

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Welcome to the site of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers in Washington County, Utah
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CONVENTIONS
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WASHINGTON WEST - 4/12/14 @ 9 AM - MULBERRY CHAPEL, BLOOMINGTON
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WASHINGTON - 4/11/14 @ 9 AM - BLOOMINGTON HILLS EAST CHAPEL
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WASHINGTON EAST - 4/12/14
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FUNDRAISER ALERT!
We are working for a new roof for the Museum and are asking for donations!
Please help and make a donation below on our site. 
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St. George Live Visits

will resume June 1, 2014 through August 31, 2014.
 

There will be tours weekly - Tuesday through Saturday.  Tickets for the entire tour can be purchased at the St. George Art Museum - 47 East 200 North.  During the tour, the Daughters of Utah Pioneers will present a first-person story of one of the early local female pioneers.

This is a wonderful opportunity to learn of the early history of “Dixie” and the fasinating pioneer women
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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 raise funds for a new roof for our Museum.  Please click on the Donate button above.
Thank you for your support!
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