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Two new board members!

2020-01-22T19:39:25+00:00

Vicksburg Historical Society 2020 Board Members (from left): Joe Castleberry, Ryan Wagner, Ken Blough, Tamra Stafford, Charlie Church, Sue Moore, Don Wiertella, Dana Wagner Joe Castleberry (far left)  and his family recently bought a house in the village. He grew up in Kalamazoo, but had been visiting Vicksburg since he was a kid to see his grandparents. Joe has always had an interest in the history of Vicksburg and  joined the board because he wanted to become more involved in the community. Tamra Stafford (center)  has lived here her whole life and wants to contribute to her community.  She has backgrounds in [...]

Two new board members!2020-01-22T19:39:25+00:00

Letter from the Board President

2020-01-22T19:14:17+00:00

Greetings and high New Year hopes for a prosperous and safe 2020 to you, the members and supporters of the Vicksburg Historical Society.  Changes to the operation and focus of the Historical Society are a top priority for the Board of Directors for 2020 and beyond.  This change is required for two reasons.  The first is the completion and adoption of a new operating agreement between the Historic Society and the Village of Vicksburg.  Second, is to expand the operation, and focus, of the Historical Society to better serve our members, our supporters and the citizens of Vicksburg and the [...]

Letter from the Board President2020-01-22T19:14:17+00:00

History Day 2020

2020-01-22T19:50:29+00:00

Winners from last year's history day. Modeled off the National History Day Program, the Vicksburg Historical Society is organizing the second annual Vicksburg History Day. This is an exciting opportunity for Vicksburg students, now expanded to grades 3rd – 12th, to connect with history and practice skills related to research and critical thinking. Interested students, either individuals or groups up to four, conduct in-depth research on the 2020 topic: "Breaking Barriers in History", in the format of a presentation or project. Under the direction of their participating teacher-supporter, students will work on their project through the next several months [...]

History Day 20202020-01-22T19:50:29+00:00