Located in southeastern Utah, part of the Four Corners region, the Edge of the Cedars State Park Museum presents exhibitions and collects objects and materials related to the history of the region. The museum also has a partially-excavated Puebloan great house (ca. AD 1000) situated on its property. In addition to acting as an educational space for tourists and locals alike, as a federally-approved repository the museum is able to accession archeological collections related to the region’s history, doing the important work of keeping local collections local. During the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, NEH funding helped the museum respond to challenges associated with the pandemic while continuing to make its holdings accessible to researchers and the public.
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