The St. George Pioneer Corner
is a hub for information regarding the history of southern Utah. Through the collaborative efforts of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers (DUP), the Sons of Utah Pioneers (SUP-Dixie Encampment), Washington County Historical Society (WCHS), and Arts to Zion, access to histories, photos, events, tours, and activities of the local area is provided here.
St. George Pioneer Corner consists of two buildings important to the community, the historic Pioneer Courthouse, and the McQuarrie Memorial Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum. Both are located on the corner of 100 East and St. George Boulevard in St. George, Washington County, Utah.The Pioneer Courthouse
offers tours, events, and displays for visitors. Next door at the Daughters of the Utah Pioneer McQuarrie Memorial Museum, photos, relics, and histories of many early settlers can be found.
This site provides links to:
the Pioneer Courthouse Facebook
the Washington County Historical Society website
the McQuarrie Memorial DUP Museum website
the Sons of Utah Pioneers Dixie Encampment website
the Arts to Zion website
Other local historical museums and societies have been invited to submit information regarding their collections.
Watch these YouTube videos on the History of the Courthouse.https://youtu.be/ggILFKuo4EYhttps://youtu.be/zB4rpWWXre0https://youtu.be/gnKSO3u0kLc