From the Northern District of California to the District of Maine, the home of America’s star – The United States Marshals Museum (USMM) - will be located on what the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) refers to as “sacred ground” in Fort Smith, and the home of the USMS Western District of Arkansas. As we prepare to dedicate the Mary Carleton and Robert A. Young III building and the Samuel M. Sicard Hall of Honor on the banks of the Arkansas River on September 24, 2019, in honor of the 230th anniversary of the USMS, consider buying a brick today and let's #PaveAmericasStar together!

In 2007, the USMS selected Fort Smith, Arkansas as the site for the USMM. In a successful effort to secure Fort Smith as the future home for the USMM, the community rallied together to launch the "Bring it Home" campaign.



The Mission of the USMM is to form a national center of heritage and legacy, disseminate knowledge, and inspire appreciation for the accomplishments of the USMS. The USMM will pay homage to the nation’s oldest federal law enforcement agency when complete. Inspiring appreciation for the accomplishments of the USMS, the USMM will educate all on the Rule of Law and civic literacy through the actions of the USMS as they have enforced the U.S. Constitution throughout their almost 230-year history. The future home of the USMM, with the building being named for Mary Carleton and Robert A. Young III, will be a 53,000-square-foot state-of-the-art building overlooking the Arkansas River just north of downtown Fort Smith. This facility, located on 16 acres of land, will include 20,000 square feet of storytelling through the use of over 1,000 artifacts, objects, graphics and technology-driven interactives.

The Museum experience will consist of five immersive galleries: To Be a Marshal, The Campfire: Stories Under the Stars, Frontier Marshals, A Changing Nation, and Modern Marshals. There will also be a National Learning Center, a Hall of Honor, retail space, and a cafe. The experience will be transformative, moving, and engaging, grounded in story and emotion. The galleries will show what it means to be a Marshal, what their duties are today, and how those duties have evolved. There will be stories and lore about the colonial days, the Old West, the Civil Rights Movement, and the modern Marshals. In addition, the Five Civilized Tribes (FCT) of Oklahoma will erect a monument honoring tribal law enforcement on the United States Marshals Museum's (USMM) campus.

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