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Plymouth Historical Society Overview
The Plymouth Historical Society, founded in 1948, in addition to promoting education by historical study and research, collects, preserves and exhibits historical materials connected with the Plymouth, Michigan community. It maintains the Dunning Memorial Building as the Plymouth Historical Museum.
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When I first moved to Plymouth, MI., I had no idea of how important the Plymouth Historical Museum is to the State of Michigan and to the Midwest. In all probability; it is, argueably, one of the real "gems" in the U.S. A rich repository of Lincoln memorabilia and a "Timeline" that captures the ...
A couple of years ago The Plymouth Historical Museum had "Volunteers Needed" on their sign just outside the Museum. I had not been in the Museum for quite awhile but remembered enjoying my visit. I told my husband as we drove by that I think I would like to volunteer there. I wrote down the ...
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I walked into the Plymouth Historical Museum to volunteer almost two years ago. They had just lost their volunteer coordinator and offered me the position. Feeling that my background as a high school English teacher, I could easily use my skills here: coaching, organizing, training, writing, and ...
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