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The August BCHS meeting will coincide with the DSU Archives & Museum’s first fall 2013 exhibition featuring the photography of Alumni Easton Selby. Make plans to join us Tuesday, 13 August for an evening with the artist, tour the gallery … Continue reading
Come and hear NED MITCHELL explain—– WHY THE BLACK BEAR SHOULD BE MASCOT FOR DSU ATHLETIC TEAMS AND THE EFFECT A HONKY TONK– NOT PO MONKEY’S– HAD ON THE SITE SELECTION FOR A UNIVERSITY!!! Hope to see you Monday, 11 … Continue reading
Come and hear NED MITCHELL explain—– WHY THE BLACK BEAR SHOULD BE MASCOT FOR DSU ATHLETIC TEAMS AND THE EFFECT A HONKY TONK– NOT PO MONKEY’S— HAD ON THE SITE SELECTION FOR A UNIVERSITY!!! Hope to see you … Continue reading
The Bolivar County Historical Society invites the public to attend December’s meeting featuring Mr. Clay Rayner presenting on the P.O.W. camp in Merigold, MS. Monday, 10 December @ 6pm Charles W. Capp, Jr. Archives & Museum Gallery Refreshments are provided.
Make plans to attend the historic marker unveiling, exhibit, reception and presentations going on this weekend! There is always something to do in Cleveland!!
From Lisa Miller, Director, Martin & Sue King Railroad Heritage Museum “We are pleased to host the Annual Meeting of the Bolivar County Historical Society, Monday, October 8th, at 6:00pm. Please join us in the train museum for the evening … Continue reading
Celebrating Historic Preservation in Mississippi Delta State University Archives & Museum is delighted to present “Mississippi’s Ten Most Endangered Historic Places” Please join us for an evening reception and exhibit opening August 23, 2012 at 6pm A special thank you … Continue reading
The Bolivar County Historical Society Invites you to attend their monthly meeting Monday, 13 August @ 6pm in the Capps Archives & Museum building. Dr. Jerry Dallas will present the program on “Delta Cooperative Farm” The farm was a Mississippi … Continue reading
The Ten Most Endangered exhibit is coming to the Delta State Archives in August. Two Delta properties are part of the exhibit: the Amzi Moore house and Mount Holly. Watch the BCHS page for more information on this! http://www.mississippiheritage.com/10Most2011.html