Each year during the first Sunday of August, the Mandan Historical Society hosts “History Harvest.” Volunteers gather oral histories, photograph artifacts and scan photographs offered by the public members to be preserved in our archives for future research, used on its website and/or incorporated into future displays.
The event is free and refreshments are served typically sponsored by a Mandan Visitors' Committee grant.
In 2022, this event will be held on Sunday August 7 (weather permitting).
Please help the Mandan Historical Society preserve our stories for future generations. Contribute your stories, photos, or artifacts, stay connected and reach out! Contact our Collections Director if you have photos, audio recordings, or other files that will help document our experiences.
History Harvest 2021
A dramatic telling of the story of Custer, life at Ft. Abraham Lincoln in the post Civil War years, and the Battle of the Little Bighorn was staged outdoors each summer 1959-1968 at the Custer Memorial Amphitheater at Ft. Abraham Lincoln State Park.
Six photographic prints taken by Bob Feickert were donated by Merry Wetsch. They are posted at this website for EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES only. They must not be copied or downloaded without permission from the Feickert family.