Questers pack the museum to hear about massacre

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

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Lynn Atkins/The Weekly Vista Retired college administrator Frank Terry tells a crowd at the Bella Vista Historical Museum about an incident that involved his family in 1857, the Mountain Meadow Massacre.
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Lynn Atkins/The Weekly Vista Retired college administrator Frank Terry tells a crowd at the Bella Vista Historical Museum about an incident that involved his family in 1857, the Mountain Meadow Massacre.

A meeting of the Butterfield Trail Questers was opened up to not only other Questers, but also to the public and it drew a crowd that filled the back room of the Bella Vista History Museum. The guest speaker told them a story about murder, theft and a cover-up that all started in Northwest Arkansas.


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