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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.
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September 15, 2021 - Outdoor Display Construction
Work is underway on a outdoor exhibit about the former First Street Federal Building / Post Office / Library. Its USGS benchmark will be added in a brick plinth; the brick donated by Hebron Brick Company. The exhibit is expected to be complete Fall 2022.
From the top ribbon, go to [Gone Forever] --> [First St Federal Building]
June 29, 2021 - Legacy Biography Update - C. Edgar Haupt
The biography of Charles Edgar Haupt, a founder of the First National Bank of Mandan and future partner with the Marquis De Mores in Medora was updated to include information on his first wife and child and the reason for his career change and greatest success as an Episcopalian minister.
From the top ribbon, go to [Biographies D-L] --> [C Edgar Haupt]
December 8, 2021 - First Presbysterian Church
A portrait of the Reverend Isaac Sloan (first pastor of the church) and other building related details were added to the information posted on the webpage from the June 1981 Morton County Centennial Edition of the Bismarck Tribune.
To review, go to [Area Landmarks] -> [First Presbysterian Church]
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
The MHSoc's museum and office is located at 3827 30th Avenue NW; Mandan, ND 58554 Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org