To Protect And Preserve Since 1929

Junior Historians’ Day Camp

May 26th, 2017 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

The Junior Historians had a fun and educational 3 day camp. During the day camp, they learned about WWI, early home remedies and medicines,home safety from volunteers from the red cross, and many other things.  They also made crafts and had delicious snacks.

 

50 year Remembrance of the victims of Plane Crash

March 1st, 2017 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

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Fifty years ago, Lake Central Airlines flight 527 crashed into a field  just beyond Marseilles.  On Sunday, March 5,  at 1:00, the Historical Society will host a memorial service on county highway 94 (just off State Highway 67) to commemorate those that perished in the crash.  The public is invited to attend this historic event.

Special Visitors to the Museum

November 2nd, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

During the 200th celebration of John Stewart’s coming to the Wyandotte Tribe, the museum had many special guests including members of the Wyandotte tribes from both Oklahoma and Michigan.  Third and Fourth graders from the Upper Sandusky schools were also visitors during the celebration.Wyandot

Dedication of the new displays in the Indian Mill

August 1st, 2016 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

On Saturday, July 30, The Ohio Connection and The Wyandot County Historical Society hosted an open house and dedication at the Indian Mill.   Visitors enjoyed viewing the many upgrades to the Mill as well as the new displays concerning the history of the Wyandot Indians  and the Mill.

Estate Planning

March 13th, 2015 Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

THINKING FORWARD:
ESTATE PLANNING

If you are like most of the people past
the age of 40, you’ve had some thought about estate planning. Some benefits
from your estate planning are the following: it preserves the value of your estate, it minimizes estate taxes, and
it can truly benefit your favorite charity.

The Wyandot County Archaeological &
Historical Society (WCA&HS) is a 501-C3 tax-exempt organization, so all gifts
are tax deductible. The WCA&HS has an endowment fund from which we use the interest for the operation of the Society.
In addition, your donation can be designated for the operation and
maintenance of a specific facility
(i.e. Museum, School House, or
Overland Inn/Anderson Building).
By your giving, you can feel assured that the WCA&HS will be preserved for future generations.

We hope that the WCA&HS is one of
your favorite charities and remembered during your estate planning.

Thank You in Advance
The Members of the
WCA&HS
Board of Directors