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MINNILUSA HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION

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Causes: Arts & Culture, Historical Organizations, History Museums, Humanities

Mission: Advance the knowledge of pioneer life by managing and maintaining a pioneer museum as a public service, promoting an awareness of the contributions to this area made by our founders and early settlers, collecting, preserving, interepreting and exhibiting historical items and prov

Target demographics: Preserve and promote our pioneer heritage

Direct beneficiaries per year: 4,000 students, 40,000 visitors and hundreds of local organizations and individuals

Geographic areas served: The Black Hills of South Dakota

Programs: Exhibits both temporary and permanent at the Journey Museum Annual social/business meetings in the Spring and Fall The region's only archive specializing in local history A growing image collection of over 10,000 images Digital Minnilusa archives provided through public library website Monthly presentations on local history in many formats and venues Journey museum pioneer programming for summer camps, classes, and special events Restoration, preservation and presentation of Rapid City's oldest building on the campus of The journey Museum

Community Stories

2 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

I have been conducting a history of medicine immersion program for medical students in collaboration with the Minnilusa Historical Association. This has been a wonderful partnership and a great experience for our students. I am especially thankful for Reid Riner's assistance with this program and we look forward to expanding this program for the future.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Minnilusa Historical Association does a wonderful job of maintaining pioneer museum artifacts and preserving the Black Hills' pioneer history! Also included in the collection are as many as 5,000 historical photographs, that have been converted to digital images, making it one of the best collections of historical photography in the state of South Dakota.