The United States Marshals Museum, honoring our nation’s oldest federal law enforcement agency, will be a nationally-scoped museum on the banks of the Arkansas River in Fort Smith. The museum will celebrate the United States Marshals’ service by educating visitors on civic literacy and the rule of law through experience design, artifacts and programming. From policing Native American territory in the late 1800s to helping desegregate classrooms in the 1960s, the museum will tell the nearly 230-year deep, rich history of the men and women of the United States Marshals Service.

GIVING OPPORTUNITIES

Your gift and support will go toward:

• Building the 53,000-SF United States Marshals Museum, named for Mary Carleton and Robert A. Young III

• Programming directed at educating visitors and people of all ages on the rule of law and civic literacy

• Driving economic development not only in western Arkansas, but also in northwest Arkansas and surrounding areas

• Continuing to make Arkansas a cultural and educational destination for tourists

To discuss potential gifts to the United States Marshals Museum, contact Alice Alt at 479.709.3766.


Established: 2007

Employees: 9

Service Area: Fort Smith


VICE PRESIDENT, DEVELOPMENT
Alice Alt


14 N. Third St., Ste. D
Fort Smith, AR 72901
479.709.3766
USMMuseum.org

       


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