Nodaway County, Missouri, is a rural area consisting of eighteen communities, a university, and a seminary. Believing one must preserve its past in order to build its future, the Society has collected an array of artifacts related to the towns and the people comprising Nodaway County. This collection of Native American Artifacts is no where near the quality of the Anasazi Collection at Chaco Canyon, but it is a pretty impressive Native American History collection none the less.

June 14  Second Saturdays Program featuring Folk Songs, Old and New, by Anthony Brown, 1 pm, Nodaway County Historical Society Museum, 110 North Walnut, Maryville.

June 23 - Stairway of the Stars. Nodaway County Historical Society’s annual meeting, 6 pm, at the museum, 110 North Walnut, Maryville. This year’s inductee will be Tom Carneal, who is being honored for his influence in bringing foreign students to Northwest, his judging of National and International competitions for the National Poodle Association and his work on the National Register of Historic Places in the five county area. For reservations, email Claudia.

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June 29  Nodaway County Historical Society hosts Mark Medsker, Graham. He will present “Tour of Vietnam” the first of a two-part series, beginning at 2 pm at the museum. .




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