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Members and visitors at an open house at
the Central Mine Visitor's Center.

Christmas at Phoenix Church

Christmas at the Phoenix Church, taken in 2016. Photo courtesy of Scott Wendt.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the KCHS to you and yours.

See our Facebook Page for additional Christmas at Phoenix photos.

Neil Woodward

A proud Keweenaw
National Historical
Park Heritage Site

Announcements: All of the Keweenaw County Historical Museums are now closed for the season. We thank all of you for visiting our sites and taking part in our activities this summer. We look forward to seeing yoclosedu next spring. In the meantime we'll be busy this winter changing exhibits, designing building updates, and planning another summer of activities that support the history of Keweenaw County.
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Membership

The KCHS has a very healthy membership base - there are 1,075 individual members, many of whom are Life members. This is eloquent testimony to how gripping the history of our area is! Our members take active roles in many events, such as the Central Mine Open House pictured above. It is also eloquent validation of the work that our volunteers have done to create and nurture a dynamic historical society for the smallest county in Michigan. Without our members, the Society would shrivel up and disappear, so we are very grateful for every new and renewing member. Please join us!

Print this form, and mail it with your check to:
Keweenaw County Historical Society
670 Lighthouse Road Eagle Harbor
Mohawk, MI 49950

Membership Mail-In Form

Name:
Street Address:
Street Address 2:
City/State/Zip:
E-mail address:
Phone Number:

Select a membership category:
Historian $30 per year
Copper Miner $50 per year
Lightkeeper $75 or more per year
Life $500 or more

If you spend part of the year elsewhere, tell us where and what months:
Seasonal Address:
 
 
Dates in residence:


Members automatically receive the award-winning quarterly newsletter, "The Superior Signal," and free entry to our museums.