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What's New at the Website!
To assist frequent visitors to our website, our Webmaster would like to call specific attention to following recent changes.
Note: Changes to meeting and event schedules are frequent and will not be listed here.
Please provide comments and suggested changes to our webmaster either by placing suggestions in the guestbook on the home/[Welcome] page, or via email at email@example.com
September 29, 2021 Legacy Biography - B.W. Shaw
A biography of Benjamin Whitworth Shaw courtesy of the Shaw-Ford family. B.W. Shaw came to Mandan in 1881, was instrumental in setting up multiple civic organizations including Greenwood Cemetery. A local attorney for over 30 years and also served as a Morton County judge.
This webpage is at [Biographies S-Z] --> [Benjamin Shaw]
September 2, 2021 Legacy Biography - Philomena Yunck
Philomena was more than a pioneer's wife and mother to six (6). She was a businesswoman and extraordinary cook that with her husbands founded and ran a boarding house for railroad bridge workers and later a hotel in downtown Mandan.
From the top ribbon, go to [Biographies S-Z] --> [Philomena Yunck]
August 25, 2021 Expanded Merchant's Hotel Webpage
Additional information on the notable figures who stayed at the hotel as well as additional information on their proprietors was added.
Click the [Gone Forever] --> [Merchants Hotel) on the top ribbon tabs
July 20, 2021 - Endowment Fund
The Endowment Fund page was updated with new total balance, new contact information funded memorial list, activities and other items.
This webpage is found under [Welcome] --> [Endowment Fund]
June 29, 2021 - Legacy Biography - Charles Edgar Haupt
The son of the Northern Pacific Railroad president, he came to help with the river bridge construction, was a founder of the First National Bank, and partnered with the Marquis De Mores in Medora. Yet his greatest success was as an Episcopalian minister.
From the top ribbon, go to [Biographies D-L] --> [C Edgar Haupt]
August 23, 2020 - Landmark - CCC Chimney Stack
Have you passed by this fireplace chimney on the grounds of the Mandan softwall diamonds without realizing it is all that remains of the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) Camp 2775V Mandan located at the old fairgrounds in southwest Mandan.
Click [Area Landmarks] --> [CCC Camp Chimney]
June 18, 2020 - Legacy Biography - Henry Wheeler
Thanks to the Wheeler family's donation of several family photo albums, a portrait of Dr. Henry Wheeler and other suitable photos were added to the existing biography previously posted as part of the Legacy Biography program.
This webpage is found under [Biographies T-Z] --> [Henry Wheeler]
May 30, 2020 - New Museum & Office OPEN page
Thanks largely to the generosity of Patricia and James Tostevin, the Society recently opened a 560 sq ft musuem at the ND State Railroad Museum in Mandan.
Photos of the construction and displays are highlighted. Go to [Welcome] -> [Museum & Office]
The MHSoc's museum and office is located at 3827 30th Avenue NW; PO Box 98; Mandan, ND 58554 Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org