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Josie Morris Cabin

Jensen, Utah

This maintained cabin is where Josie Morris, an occasional associate of Butch Cassidy, lived out the last 50 years of her life by herself. 

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Josie Bassett Morris lived a colorful life, known in her younger years for her associations with Butch Cassidy’s “Wild Bunch” and later for selling alcohol during prohibition.  This dirt-floor primitive cabin, now a part of Dinosaur National Monument, was her home for the latter half of her life. 

She built the cabin at 40 years old after a divorce and maintained a small cattle ranch there until her death in 1964.  In addition to the standing cabin and chicken coop, the sites of several other structures can still be identified.

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Well marked signs after entry to Dinosaur National Monument.

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