The Mountain Meadows Association is dedicated to
the preservation of the memory of those who lost their lives in the Mountain
Meadows Massacre and the preservation of all sites associated with the
Arkansas Emigrant Wagon Train. Our members are from both sides of the event
and have come together for these goals with understanding and forgiveness.
We are the premiere Mountain Meadows Massacre organization; by far the
largest, and longest established organization in existance today. The
majority of our membership is comprised of descendants of the victims.
In June 2011, the
Mountain Meadows Site was designated as a National Historic Landmark
The Mountain Meadows Association 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 surrounding areas, and to remember those who were killed in
deference to the wishes of the descendant families.
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.
The MMA also acts as a resource for research, and
provides historical data and genealogical information about those who died
at Mountain Meadows, and promotes inquiry, discussion, and dissemination of
accurate information about the event. MMA membership is open to everyone!
Current Board of Directors
Kandy Fancher Rose
Membership Committee and Databases - Robert Briggs
Carroll County Historical Society MMA Library Committee - Shirley Pyron
MMA Website - Alison Wallner
Newsletter - Lawrence Coates