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Milaca Area Historical Society

“The purpose of the society shall be the collection, preservation and dissemination of knowledge about the history of Milaca and the surrounding area…”

By-laws of the Milaca Area Historical Society


The Museum opened for the 2019 season on Wednesday, April 3, 2019.

The Museum needs volunteers to stay open. Can you help us with one 4-hour shift each month the Museum is open. Orientation, training and mentoring provided.

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Another way to donate to the Milaca Museum!  . You can now use your credit card to make a donations to our 501(c)3 organization through GiveMN at  https://www.givemn.org/organization/Milaca-Area-Hi...



Membership Meetings

Monthly Museum meetings are on the fourth Tuesday of the month in the Community Room of Milaca City Hall beginning at 6:30 pm from January through October. Come to learn more about the Museum, meet new and old friends and join us for refreshments.  Please come!

 Exhibits in the Auditorium

Our auditorium displays still include a large space devoted to the military service of local people. The family of Harold R. Anderson, the first casualty of World War II, has loaned the Museum an exhibit of his uniform, documents, trunk, pictures, and his mother's Gold Star. 

The auditorium now also includes an exhibit about logging, lumber mills, and the shift to an agriculture based economy. Included in this exhibit is the "Logging Camp" corner, built and donated by the Haedt Brothers, Inc. and two scale models (1" = 1'): a replica of Dave Jamison's father's dairy barn built in the 1940's and a replica of the Norlander farmhouse built and donated by Alfred Norlander and furnished by his sister, Lois Hove.   

The Milaca Public School, country school and Normal School Exhibits are all in the Power House Room on the lower level.





Preserving the history of Milaca and the surrounding area

Milaca Area Historical Society

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