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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 is Open for the 2018 Season! 

Welcome to the Milaca Area Historical Society and the Milaca Museum – gathering, caring for and interpreting the objects and stories of central Mille Lacs County’s past.

Explore our website and visit our FREE museum and research room. 


Upcoming Events

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. Join us to learn more about the Museum, meet new and old friends and join us for refreshments. 

Want to learn more about being a Museum volunteer?  Join us on Tuesday, April 10th , 4 pm to 5:30 pm, for an orientation meeting to answer your questions and learn what supports the Museum have for you as a volunteer.   Please come and learn about being a Museum Volunteer! Friends as well as members are encouraged to attend.  

Research Tools for You

The Museum now has all the issues of the Mille Lacs Country Times from August 1892 through 25 December 2008 on microfilm.

Social Media Policy

The MAHS Board has been developing a policy for the use of social media and will bring the 2017 edition to the April meeting for approval.  The Social Media Committee feels this policy defines how and by whom social media will be used on the MAHS's behalf.  You can read the complete policy by clicking here .  Thank you.

New Pictures

More pictures have been added to the Apron Lady album. 

Special Military Exhibit 

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. 

Under Construction

We decided it was time to make some changes to our exhibits over the winter. One thing led to another. . .and we're still working on them!

Our auditorium displays still include a large space devoted to the military service of local people.  The auditorium now also includes an exhibit about logging, lumber mills, and the shift to an agriculture based economy.  This is still very much under construction.  Please excuse our ongoing transition.

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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