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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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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]
June 9, 2020 - Mystery Portrait
A new "mystery portrait" is posted. Among a group of Lutz Studio portraits donated to the Mandan Historical Society was this photo. Can you help us identify this individual? If so, email email@example.com and let us know. Thanks in advance for your assistance.
This webpage is found under [Membership] --> [Activities]
May 30, 2020 - Welcome Page - New Museum OPEN!
Thanks largely to the generosity of Patricia and James Tostevin, the Society recently opened a 560 sq ft musuem on the northwest corner of the ND State Railroad Museum in Mandan, now open Saturday and Sunday from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
This announcement is on our homepage of the website.
April 2, 2020 Legacy Biography - Arthur Peterson
Thanks to the time and effort of Melonie Bahous, the existing Arthur Peterson biography was enhanced to reference to his early works, including his attempt to leave a legacy for his family during his service in the Army in WWII, should he be killed in action.
This webpage is at [Biographies M-R] --> [Arthur Peterson]
November 4, 2019 New Website Welcome Page
Construction nears completion for the Society's building jointly built with the ND Railroad Museum at their site in northwest Mandan. Contruction photos and progress posted. The results of the circa 1908 photo investigation of the Gipple farm is also outlined.
Our current homepage, click the [Welcome] tab on the top ribbon
September 12, 2019 Central School Bell
The location of the 360-lb bell from the Central School bell tower was updated, with assistance of the Mandan School District staff. The bell, paid for by school alumni and originally installed in 1914, currently resides at the Mandan Middle School.
For update, go to [Gone Forever] --> [Central School]
January 12, 2019 - Legacy Biographies - Ida Clark Thorberg
The existing biography was enhanced with additional information, including a portrait image recently discovered in a private collection and taken by long-time Mandan photographer Zalmon Gilbert.
This webpage is found under [Biographies S-Z] --> [Ida Thorberg]
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