List of residents, by family, of Bluff prior to 1890. Information in [brackets] provides year of arrival of those who came after the original company, who are indicated by wagon icon. Use search boxes to narrow the resident list. (Note the list is growing daily.)

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Link to 1879 Exploration Company

More Journals and Histories

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Visitor Center

In a corner of the fort, the Bluff pioneers established a cooperative trading post. A replica of that co-op, housing the Fort gift shop and visitor center, is open daily. The grounds include actual wagons and other artifacts from the Hole-in-the-Rock journey. the rebuilt old log meetinghouse, replicas of cabins, Ute and Navajo dwellings, the ruins of the Kumen Jones home, and the original Bluff Relief Society building.

Meet under Bluff Swing TreeCottonwood "Swing Tree," a favorite Bluff meeting place.