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What's New at the Website!
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April 20, 2018 - Walton S. Russell - Legacy Biography
Moved to Mandan at the age of 5, Wally Russell followed his father to run the family business, Mandan Creamery and Produce Company; later to become today's Cloverdale Meats. He served on multiple service and community organizations, most notibly the Mandan Rodeo Association.
Click [Biographies M - R] --> [Walton Russell]
April 2, 2018 - Heritage Home Tour - McGillic Home
Constructed in 1916, James McGillic constructed a two-and-a-half story craftsman style home on 3rd St NW. The home is one of 14 homes in downtown Mandan part of the "Heritage Home Tour" possible with a grant from the ND Dept of Transportation.
This webpage is found under [Heritage Homes] --> [McGillic Home]
January 14, 2018 - Area History - Mantani
An electronic copy of Sarah Tostevin's book "Mantani - A History of Mandan and Morton County 1748 - 1964" is posted for public, non-commercial use courtesy of the Tostevin Family. The book is one of the most comprehensive sources of history of our community.
This webpage is found under [Area History] --> [Book : Mantani]
November 11, 2017 - Gone Forever - Central School
Originally built to serve as the westside grade school and junior & high school for the entire school district, the three story brick "Central School" was opened in 1903. It was the first building constructed on the block which would eventually see 5 different school buildings built on it.
This webpage is found under [Gone Forever] --> [Central School]
August 12, 2017 Area Landmark - Great Plains Academy Complex
Announced August 2 its qualification for the National Register of Historic Places, the complex served multiple purposes over its life history. It's last assignment was as the Great Plains Academy school for our 6th-graders. It is now being renovated as a multi-family residence.
This webpage is at [Area Landmark] --> [Great Plains Academy]
July 30, 2017 New Website Welcome Page
Thanks to the kindness of strangers (and now a friend of our Society), a circa 1908 photo of what apparently is the Herbert Gipple farm has been returned to Mandan.
Our current homepage, click the [Welcome] tab on the top ribbon
January 14, 2017 - Area Landmark - First Presbyterian Church
The original 1881 wood church was replaced with the current brick church building in 1916 at the same location.
This webpage is at [Area Landmarks] --> [First Presbyterian Church]
December 23, 2016 - Area History - Mail Order "Kit Homes"
Kit homes, complete with all the pre-cut lumber and necessary hardware, were available mail order through the Sears & Roebuck. Over 20 homes in Mandan are suspected "kit" homes.
This webpage is found under [Area History] --> [Mail Order Homes]
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