A Moab Prison Camp: Japanese American Incarceration in Grand County

CURRENT TEMPORARY EXHIBITION A Moab Prison Camp: Japanese American Incarceration in Grand County A Moab Prison Camp: Japanese American Incarceration in Grand County introduces the local and national story of Japanese American incarceration during WWII. Following the bombing of Pearl Harbor in 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 authorizing the wartime incarceration…

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Spirit and Grit: Ranching in Canyonlands

Current Exhibition Spirit and Grit: Ranching in Canyonlands Thousands of years of human history have unfolded across the Dead Horse Point State Park landscape. The Park’s name originates from its storied ranching history. One legend claims a group of cowboys cornered a herd of wild horses on the point. The horses, in a frenzy of…

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