Kittson profiles and photos from the past and present
NING PLUS upgrade completed July 20th, 2010!
This afternoon Ning.com commenced selling upgrades and Kittson County Historical Society now has NING PLUS for our Kittson historian.ning.com web page. The original annual price was set at $199.95. Because we purchased it today as it first came available we were given a further discount and an extra months…Continue
Added by Glenn Browne on July 20, 2010 at 7:38pm — No Comments
Visitors doing research.
This morning I was at the museum for a few hours and during that time I met five people who visited for various reasons. Two were in their 70’s, two were in their 80’s and one was over 90 years young. It is a pleasure to help people find family members they have been searching for and adding new names and facts to their family tree. We direct people to…Continue
Added by Glenn Browne on July 20, 2010 at 7:34pm — No Comments
While the Kittson Historical Society and the museum have many visitors during the summer months, we are now starting to see members of the Kittson Historian web page on our door step. Tom and Dick Wickie arrived about ten days ago and spent a large part of the day going through the Museum and getting a tour of the research centre from Kathy Pederson. We enjoyed their visit and appreciated the chance to get to know them…Continue
Added by Glenn Browne on July 16, 2010 at 8:19pm — No Comments
The museum is continually working on exhibits or the building itself and David Danielson is the man in charge year round. During the summer, student part time help assists David. A new set of stairs was just constructed in the main storage building in order to safely reach a storage loft. I got a chance to inspect the new stairs built by David and Wyatt Johnson. They did a great job as you can see. David is in the…Continue
Added by Glenn Browne on July 16, 2010 at 8:06pm — No Comments
At the last meeting of the Kittson Genealogy meeting we had two new members arrive. Vicki Hill came from Hamilton, North Dakota where she recently took up residence with her husband. Georgine Cleem Whalen also appeared after a long drive from Arizona. Instead of a regular meeting we spent the after noon visiting and assisting them in finding information on their families. An enjoyable time was had by…Continue
Added by Glenn Browne on July 16, 2010 at 8:00pm — No Comments