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  1. http://www.tnssar.org/kingsmountain.html Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of every month, except January and July, at 6:00pm at The Depot room in the Franklin Commons Food City, 920 North State of Franklin Road, Johnson City, TN 37604. All members of the Sons of the American Revolution, spouses, and their guests are invited and welcome to attend. Meetings are held on the 2nd Thursday of every month, except January and July, at 6:00pm at The Depot room in the Franklin Commons Food City, 920 North State of Franklin Road, Johnson City, TN 37604. All members of the Sons of the
  2. https://www.wissar.org/morgankosciuszko View full record
  3. http://chateaudevin.org/orlcsar/ The Chapter meets on the first Saturday of each month at 10:00 AM at the Beaverton Community Center, 12350 SW 5th Street, Beaverton,Oregon 97005, across from the main Library. We often join for lunch afterwards at the Village Inn, 10650 SW Beaverton-Hillsdale Hwy. in Beaverton. Wives and guests are always welcome. View full record
  4. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County: View full record
  5. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County:
  6. The GoAncestry Library database contains basic information on the printed materials in our library; you can browse the full Library here or use the search feature if you know the title or author. Browse below for a subset of our library focusing on this County: View full record
  7. The Tualatin Historical Society began in 1986, 29 years ago. Co-founders Loyce Martinazzi and the late Karen Lafky Nygaard thought their interest in Tualatin's early days might be shared by others. They were correct. Early programs, held in the then-new Senior Center and built around a theme--early schools, Oregon Trail settlers, covered bridges--drew good crowds. Many activities and publications followed, fulfilling the mission "to preserve, promote and interpret the rich and colorful history of Tualatin." http://www.tualatinhistoricalsociety.org/ Contact Us
  8. The Beaverton Historical Society is a 501c3 non-profit organization (EIN# 26-2940921) dedicated to the preservation, interpretation and celebration of our city’s history. As an all-volunteer organization, any gift or donation large or small will be greatly appreciated and help us as we promote our cultural heritage through presentations, education and events. Goals To collect and preserve photographs, artifacts and documents that relate to the city. To make Beaverton history accessible to the community both online and through exhibits, educational programs, publications and ev
  9. Visit the oldest county museum in the state of Nebraska. The Washington County Museum has been operating since the 1920’s, first in the home of “Grandad” Woods, then in the old Fort Calhoun State Bank that went bankrupt during the depression. See this bank and museum in the heart of historic Fort Calhoun, just a short drive on Highway 75 north of Omaha. Our history starts with Lewis & Clark, who stopped here for their first council with the Otoe & Missouria native tribes. William Clark wrote home that this “council on the bluff” would be an ideal spot for a military installat
  10. On July 27, 1788, the government of the Northwest Territory authorized the creation of Washington County. Residents named the county in honor of George Washington, a hero of the American Revolution and the first President of the United States. Washington County was the first county created in what would become Ohio. Originally, the county covered almost fifty percent of modern-day Ohio. As more people migrated to the state, new counties were separated from Washington County to provide new residents with more direct contact with their local government. For full text, see: http://www.ohiohi
  11. Interment.net Beverly Cemetery Chapman Cemetery Childrens Home Cemetery Devol Cemetery Goodman-Chapman Cemetery Grandview Cemetery Greenlawn Cemetery Harmar Cemetery Highland Ridge Cemetery Lower Salem Cemetery Macksburg Cemetery Mount Liberty Cemetery Newbury Cemetery Oak Grove Cemetery Our Lady of Mercy Cemetery Paw Paw Creek Cemetery (Old Everett Schmitt Cemetery) Putnam Cemetery Rainbow Cemetery Round Bottom Cemetery Woodruff Cemetery http://www.interment.net/us/oh/was
  12. The Washington County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society (http://www.washogs.org/) has 33 years as a member of the Ohio Genealogical Society. They have a multitude of on-line resources at their website. If you have family in Washington County, you need to check this out! View full record
  13. "The mission of the Washington County Historical Society (http://wchs-ohio.org/) is to collect, study and preserve all items pertaining to the history of Washington County, Ohio, and to educate the public concerning it." View full record
  14. History of Washington County, Iowa from the first white settlements to 1908. Also biographical sketches of some prominent citizens of the county (1909) https://archive.org/...ofwashing01burr View full record
  15. Before you visit Kalona, you may want to read up on the unique customs and characteristics of the Amish & Mennonite people. The link to the left gives tips about safe and polite ways to interact with the locals, while the link to the right gives tips on the best times of the year to view some of the interesting, picturesque and often backbreaking agricultural methods still used by farmers in the area. http://www.kalonaiowa.org/ To discover a way of life that the rest of this country has left behind or for more information contact Kalo
  16. The Society maintains: Conger House Museum Dublin Store Walnut Country School Red Brick School In addition, each year the Society: Sponsors an annual dinner meeting with a guest speaker, giving a presentation of local interest. Coordinates special projects including workshops and presentations. Aids with oral history recordings. Preserves papers and memorabilia of the County's history. Hosts special exhibits, events and tours. http://washi
  17. The Washington County Historical Society was founded in 1985. We are a 501C-3 organization whose sole purpose is to promote the preservation of the heritage of Washington County, Florida. Please remember you are now in the sunshine state's Washington County, it seems that just about all states have a Washington County in honor of our first president. However, if you are lost, there is no better place to be than right here. This site is in the process of being filled with the history and stories that make this part of Florida so unique. Please check back with us and experience Washington Count
  18. The Washington County Historical Society (WCHS) maintains this website as a service to the community. It is available to anyone with internet access. It provides a place to record information about the County's people, places, organizations, and activities and includes links to other such information elsewhere on the web. If you are a first time visitor to this website, please take a moment to become familiar with the ways to find the information you want. The various sections of the website can be accessed by clicking on the keywords appearing on the left edge of each page.
  19. The Washington County Historical Society (WCHS) maintains this website as a service to the community. It is available to anyone with internet access. It provides a place to record information about the County's people, places, organizations, and activities and includes links to other such information elsewhere on the web. If you are a first time visitor to this website, please take a moment to become familiar with the ways to find the information you want. The various sections of the website can be accessed by clicking on the keywords appearing on the left edge of each page.
  20. The Jonesport Historical Society was organized to locate, obtain, preserve, protect and make available for review, study or future research any and all material pertaining to the founding, history and development of the town of Jonesport. Public meetings with guest speakers are usually held on the 4th Thursday of each month May through October from 6:30p.m. till 8:30p.m. in the Sawyer Building at 21 Sawyer Square in Jonesport. All are welcome. The 2016 presentations will be: May 19 - Maine State Library Digital Collection by Adam Fisher; Jun 23 (5:30PM) - Roque Island, Then and Now by Ge
  21. Located in beautiful, unspoiled Downeast Maine, Milbridge was once a busy shipbuilding center. This museum preserves the record of this shipbuilding era and other historic artifacts related to the town’s proud heritage. Read more about Milbridge. The Milbridge Historical Society’s Museum is owned and operated by the Milbridge Historical Society, a private, non-profit corporation. There is no admission charge, but donations are welcome to help support the ongoing programs of the museum. School groups are especially welcome. http://milbridgehistoricalsociety.org/ The Milbridge His
  22. PURPOSE – This 501(C)(3) organization was formed to preserve, protect, and promote the history of Calais, Maine, through literature, public meetings, participation and preservation. To these ends the Society museum is open during the summer months or by appointment. The Society publishes a quarterly newsletter and sells books and cards that support our goals. The Society has a large collection of glass plate negatives and photos, and we establish and support historic districts and monuments, including the Whitlock’s Mill Lighthouse. MISSION STATEMENT – The purposes of the St. Croix His
  23. The Washington Historical Society is a small, new organization trying to build a historical hamlet for the Washington Heritage. We are a volunteer organization, creating an image of our town that everyone will be proud of. The society meets on the 3rd Tuesday of every month at the Masons Building. Every meeting includes a program to members, friends and visitors at no cost. Sometimes meetings may be relocated to the facilitate a program, like meetings that took place at the Matthews Museum of Maine Heritage in Union and the Evening Star Grange Hall in Washington. http://washingtonhis
  24. The mission of the Beals Historical Society shall be to: Promote interest in Moosabec area historical matters Provide a common ground for those desiring to explore the past Display artifacts and documents of historical value ...while keeping the spirit of community alive http://www.moosabec.org/
  25. The Cherryfield – Narraguagus Historical Society was formed in 1974 by J. Phillip Harriman and Margery Brown. The purpose for the society was to preserve the history of Cherryfield before any more of it was lost forever. We were very fortunate that many towns’ people donated artifacts and family histories to the society. We have a great deal of information on the lumbering industry and the mills in town. We are open to the public during the summer and by appointment. We are available to any schools in the area for tours, and go to the schools to do presentations if asked. We feel that it is ve
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