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Bringing closure, but not forgetfulness, to a massacre - Mari Serebrov
It’s taken 160 years and an act of Congress, but at last the remains of a child killed in the Mountain Meadows Massacre will be laid to rest this week, bringing closure of sorts to the slaughter that ended the dreams of a wagon train of Arkansas families seeking a new home in the West. But closure should not lead to forgetfulness.