In the 1901 Harrison County Courthouse 1 Peter Whetstone Square Marshall, Texas
This portrait of the Christopher Columbus Landers Jr. family mysteriously appeared in our mailbox about 130 years after the photographer said "Say 'Cheese'." Read more about the treasures in our mailbox under the "OUR COLLECTION" tab.
FROM OUR BLOG
"I Don't Like History"
Earlier this month someone said this to
me as we stood in the beautiful rotunda
of our 1901 Harrison County Courthouse
in Marshall, Texas. READ MORE...
HISTORY NEWS FROM ELSEWHERE
Abraham Lincoln: Real Time
How The Atlantic covered Abraham Lincoln. David A. Graham looks back at what the magazine had to say about the 16th president during this term and beyond. READ MORE...
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--Main Street's Second Saturday--
*Children Under 16 Always Free
* Museum Members Free on Dollar Days
MAR 18 Smithsonian "Journey Stories"
Conducted by Texas State
Time: To be announced
MAR 26 School Field Trip
Elysian Fields, 2nd
APR 17 School Field Trip
South Marshall, 1st
MAY 1 School Field Trip
MAY 1 Register for Kids History Day
JUL 7-11 Kids History Day Camp
Email us to request
SEP 22- Smithsonian "Journey Stories"
NOV 2 Host Location: Weisman Center,
FIRSTS FROM OUR HISTORY
1845 Antioch Baptist Church founded as brush arbor church in Leigh (eastern Harrison County) becoming the first organized African-American church in Texas. READ MORE ABOUT IT...