Video: A day to celebrate area history
The Sloughhouse Pioneer Cemetery was opened to the public Saturday by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers, caretakers for the 1.5-acre knoll. The public toured the cemetery with descendants of the more than 300 people buried there and remembered the pioneers in a ceremony at Sloughhouse Inn.
Does anyone know if they will offer a tour again?
PS...I wasn't able to view the video.
Thanks for checking. I've always seen the cemetery up on the hill and know that there's so much history in the area. Yes...this time I was able to view the video.....good one btw!