Marshall County Historical Society

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Title

Marshall County Historical Society

Subject

Historical Society and Museum

Description

The Marshall County Historical Society includes the Settler’s Square, which consists of numerous amounts of historic buildings that represent the county during the late 1800s. Included in the historic buildings are a Local Bank, a Saloon, a Photographer’s Studio, a Barbershop, a General Store, and a Millinery Store. As well, they also include a depot station, the Alma Church, and other cabins and shops. Within these sites, they offer exhibits featuring military uniforms and artifacts, vintage children’s toys, old agricultural machinery and tools, and vintage vehicles, including the famous UFO car. Throughout the year, the Marshall County Historical Society offer special events including, the Marshall County Fair at the end of July and Grinding Days at the Old Mill in late August.

Creator

Director: Sherlyn Meiers

Source

(218) 745-4803
mchs@wiktel.com

Publisher

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Date

Hours: Memorial Day – Labor Day: Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm and Weekends by appointment

Contributor

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Rights

Free Admission

Format

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Language

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Type

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Identifier

P.O. Box 103
808 East Johnson Avenue
Warren, MN 56762

Coverage

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Citation

Director: Sherlyn Meiers, “Marshall County Historical Society,” Directory of Historical and Cultural Organizations and Museums , accessed February 25, 2021, https://nllndirectory.omeka.net/items/show/33.

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