Partners In History

Friends of the Karl Oskar House
(Formerly Lindstrom Historical Society)

Managing the Karl Oskar House ("Nya Duvemala") at Ki-Chi-Saga Park, 29061 Glader Blvd, Lindstrom, MN. Open Sundays 1-4 pm, mid-May through September. Call to arrange other dates/times.

P.O. Box 12, Lindstrom, MN 55045
Arild and Betty Hagberg: 
(651) 257-5063

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Chisago City Heritage Association

Formed in 1996 to preserve the area's rich history, a non-profit organization of local volunteers who collect, archive and share a growing collection of historical artifacts, media and information about their town and the people who give it character.

P.O. Box 413, Chisago City, MN 55013
Chuck Gramling
Email:  chasmg@frontier.com

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Center City Historical Society

Helping to manage the historical resources of the Chisago Lake Evangelical Lutheran Church and their Swedish research library at 1 Summit Avenue, Center City, MN.

P.O. Box 366,  Center City, MN 55012
Robert Porter: (651) 257-5232

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Friends of Minnesota Barns

A 501(c)(3) organization and advocate for the preservation of Minnesota barns and farmsteads. F.O.M.B. is an all volunteer organization currently

P.O. Box 812, Forest Lake, MN 55025
Contact: (612) 338-2276

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Amador Heritage Center

Managing the Swedish Immigrant Log Farm and walking trails. The museum holds replicas of the first church, local creamery, and other historic memorabilia. Hosts the Amador Apple Festival on 3rd Sunday in September.

15695 – 368th Street,  Almelund, MN 55012
Lin C Strong: (651) 269-3580
Email: lin.strong269@gmail.com

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North Chisago Historical Society

Monthly meetings are the 1st Tuesday of each month at the Rusheba Town Hall, Rush City or occasionally at the public library in North Branch.

P.O. Box 556, Rush City MN 55069
Email:  nchs-lwh@earthlink.net

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Other Historical Preservation Organizations:

Within Chisago County you will find other organizations that collect and preserve the rich history of this area.

The preservation movement spans a wide range of interests pursued by these groups. While the primary goal is universal, the specific objectives vary among these different organizations.

Although they are not financially connected with the Chisago County Historical Society, these groups share in the ongoing work needed to collect, display, and educate school children and adults regarding the lives and artifacts from the past.

On this page you will find the names and contact information for these groups.  Some of the names may be familiar to  you because many individuals have also  served as board members or officers of  the CCHS. Click the [Link] buttons to  see more details about each society.

Friends of Minnesota Barns

41237 Sunrise Road,  North Branch, MN 55056
 Charlotte Wilcox: (651) 674-4819
 Wade Olson: (651) 674-1866

Taylors Falls Historical Society

Managing the W.H.C. Folsom House  in the Angel Hill district of Taylors Fall. Bi-monthly meetings are held at the Taylors Falls Memorial Community Center, a historic Railroad Depot and home of their history museum.

P.O. Box 333, Taylors Falls, MN 55084
(651) 465-6905
Bruce Carlsted

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Wyoming Historical Society

A 501(c)(3) organization and advocate for the preservation of Minnesota barns and farmsteads. F.O.M.B. is an all volunteer organization currently

P.O. Box 245,  Wyoming, MN 55092

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