Are you looking for a way to get involved? Do you desire to be of service and use your skills for a rewarding purpose? Do…View More MCHS Seeking Committee Members
We produce a newsletter for members 4 times a year at the Morrison County Historical Society. Because we like to include articles that are heavy on…View More Survey – How do you want to be notified by MCHS?
**** POSITION CLOSED **** The Morrison County Historical Society is looking for a new office assistant at the Weyerhaeuser Museum, someone detail-oriented and friendly to…View More Help Wanted: Office Assistant at Weyerhaeuser Museum
A book could be written about Jan Warner, who has provided over 50 years of service to the Morrison County Historical Society. Make that…View More Jan Warner Retires from MCHS After 50+ Years of Service
During the past 2 days, Little Falls High School students have been removing buckthorn from the Weyerhaeuser Museum’s property. Buckthorn is an invasive species that…View More Buckthorn Removal, 2015
Today marks the official anniversary of The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum. On this day 40 years ago (August 24, 1975), the museum was dedicated…View More #Weymu40 – Happy Anniversary, C.A. Weyerhaeuser Museum!
The staff and board of the Morrison County Historical Society are sad to announce the sudden passing of President Art Warner on Sunday evening, August…View More The Sudden Passing of MCHS President Art Warner
Based on their formation dates, the Morrison County Historical Society and The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum have tag-team anniversaries. The Weyerhaeuser Museum, which opened…View More #Weymu40 – The Museum Is Half as Old as Historical Society
The site of The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum, a high spot on the western bank of the Mississippi River overlooking the confluence of Pike…View More #Weymu40 – Weyerhaeuser Museum a Place for Wildlife
In reading through past minutes of the Morrison County Historical Society, particularly at the time The Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Memorial Museum was being built, I…View More #Weymu40 – The Pine Tree History Center