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During the great uranium boom of the late 1950’s, old and new residents of Moab began to consider the value that a museum might bring to the town. Here was a region with a past rich in geological change, paleontological remnants and a human history that stretched from pre-historic cultures to Mormon pioneer families to the new miners and investors. And, yet, there was no place where that fascinating history could be presented and preserved.
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