The Morgan County Historical Society was established in 1979 and is a department of Morgan County Government. Our office and repository are located in the Centennial Library. The goal of the Society is to preserve the historical record of Morgan County and its people; understanding that the history of our county and its people gives us a better appreciation of our state and national heritage. The primary function of the Society is to research, discover, collect and assemble any materials or information which may help establish, interpret and illustrate the history of Morgan County. The Society collects and preserves biographies, journals, diaries, histories, photographs and germane materials in its archives. All of these materials are available to the public.
Listed above you will find helpful links to resources that the historical society provides.
Ordinance 134 - Morgan County Historic Building and Site Register (pdf format)
View local buildings and sites listed on the local and/or National Historic Register.
Interactive tour of many historic sites and photos of early Morgan County.
Chair: DeAnn Fresh, Peterson
Vice Chair: Dorthy Little, South Morgan
Mike Allen, Milton
Richard Wiscombe, East Canyon/Porterville/Richville
JoAnn Smith, Member at Large
Jeff London, Croydon
Ardath Peterson, North Morgan
Carol Ralphs, Mtn. Green
County Council Member: Tina Kelley
Members of the Board of Trustees serve for a three-year term of office. Meetings are held in January, April, August and November and open to the public. For more information contact the office 801-829-6713
Monday through Thursday
Noon until 5 P.M.
County Historian Linda H. Smith