History of Mesa, Utah
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MESA

Mesa (Grand) is a ghost town site nine miles east of Moab. The village was located on the Wilson Mesa in the LaSal Mountains. A historical marker in this area marks the spot where on June 15, 1881 a band of hostile indians killed eight settlers.

G. William Wiersdorf

See: Grand County History; Utah Place Names 1997, John W. Van Cott.

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