The Keweenaw County Historical Society, a not-for-profit 501(c)(3)* organization, was established in 1981 to preserve and share the history of the county. It has over 1,200 members, many of whom are life members. It operates a number of museums that are open to the public in the summer, publishes a quarterly newsletter and several booklets, runs various programs for adults and children in the summer, maintains an archive of relevant documents, and actively maintains various historical properties.
The members of the Society have profound respect for those who created the history we now study and preserve. And we have a profound responsibility to those who will come after, to ensure that the history is still there. We are the connecting link, and it is important that we do our job well. Every membership and every gift is vital – we could not continue the Society’s important and exciting work without such support.
Officers and Trustees of the Keweenaw County Historical Society
|President||Lawrence J. Molloy|
|Vice President||Karen Hintz|
|Trustees||Frank S. Carlton
Elaine Hall, Deputy Treasurer
Paul R. Freshwater
John (Jack) B. Marta
Mark F. Rowe
|Honorary Trustees||Virginia Petermann Jamison
Peter Van Pelt
Eloise D. Liddicoat
Clarence J. Monette (deceased)
David H. Thomas