REPUBLIC COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM                                            

"OVER 8,000 TOOLS IN OUR TOOL ROOM"                                          

The Historical Society was established to preserve the history of Republic County                                                      

 
         Thanks to our COMMUNITY
                for your SUPPORT!   
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   Cuba, Kansas Residents Observe
   Recent Renovation of Auditorium  
                curtain at the
    Cuba, Kansas Community Hall.
(top of photo...a scene of the Wenceslas Cathedral in Prague, in the Czech Republic. )
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   March is National Quilt Month 
 
 
Belleville quilter Carol Pachta (left)shares information from a genealogy quilt with longtime Museum volunteer Pat Walter.
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    InsideTwila Bowersox Library-
                 at Museum   

Dedicated museum volunteers  Katherine Wilber(left)and Pat Walter (right)analyze donated clothing artifacts at the Republic County Historical Society Museum.

================================== Come see your Republic County Historical Museum!

Hours are: 1:00 through 5:00 Monday thru Friday.

Please call first-just to be sure someone is here. Thanks!


                           Book Store

Research Resources

Membership Form

Old Books for Sale

Pictures of Republic County

ADDITIONAL LINKS:

Kansas State Historical Society

I.O. Savage "History of Republic County, Kansas

Republic County

Republic County Newspapers

William G. Cutler?s "History of the State of Kansas "

Find A Grave


615 28th Street

W. US Hwy 36

Belleville,  KS 66935
  Phone: 785-527-5971  

E-Mail:
repcomuse@nckcn.com

 

Museum Hours:
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
*Monday through Friday


 *Saturday by appointments

 

*Sunday
1:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
April thru November
Closed on major holidays

Admission Fees: 
Adults: $3.00
Children 10- 16: $1.00

Children under 10 free.
-Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
Group Rates - 12 or more adults:

Adults - 17 and up: $2.00

 Membership: 
Individual: $10.00
       Family: $15.00
    Business: $25.00
                                                     



 

  

IF you missed...

Seeing... 

The LAUNCH

of:  the Historic Weather 

Photo Exhibit,

You've GOT TO Come by

and see it!

 

We were thrilled to have:

Meteorologist Chad Omitt from The National

Weather Service-Topeka,
and
Kansas State Climatologist Mary Knapp
provide vital SEVERE Weather safety information for the public.
 
here at the
Republic County Historical Society Museum,
             Belleville                        
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FFA/Republic County Junior/Senior High School in Belleville is NOW SHOWING their newly-created agriculture exhibit at the museum.

 (Museum display showing FFA jackets, & the high school's ag work stations, 'til they recently expanded student workspaces.)========================

Hope to see you at the

Museum!

 
 
 
 We value our members and volunteers.
Think about becoming one!  

COME SEE WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER!

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Updated  4/8/2014


The Republic County Historical Society is a tax exempt organization, section 510 (C) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax deductible.
We are supported by membership dues, bequeaths and donations.

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Meteorologist Chad Omitt from                                                                                              

The National Weather Service-Topeka                                                                                       

speaks about Severe Weather Safety                                                                                        

to a crowd gathered                                                                                                                     

March 20th, the 1st Day of Spring 2014                                                                                                              

  at the Republic County Historical Society Museum,                                                                                                     

March 20th, the 1st Day of Spring 2014                                                                                                             

                                                                                                                 

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Kansas State Climatologist Mary Knapp                                                                                   presents: Republic County                                                                                   

WEATHER HISTORY                                                                                      

at The Republic County Historical Society Museum.                                                                                              

March 20th, the 1st Day of Spring 2014                                                                                                     

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The next meeting of                                                       

the Republic County                                                       

Historical Society will be                                                   

Monday,May 5, 2014                                                      

at 7:30PM                                                       

at the Republic County                                                    

Historical Society Museum.                                                   

 Everyone is welcome!                

        Join us!     

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                        Meetings are held:

 the first Monday of the month October through March

                   at 5:30 p.m. at the 

 Republic County Historical Society Museum       

      on Highway 36 in Belleville, Kansas.

Then, from April through September, meetings begin

                       at 7:30 p.m.

 


 We are on FACEBOOK!                                                                                                               

Check us out and                                                                                                            

click on like and become a fan.                                                                                                                     


        We Appreciate     

          our Veterans! 

Have you seen our wall with 

the names of Republic County   

World War II Veterans...

 If someone you know is 

    not included,

then please let us know and

we will add their name!

 

       

Pacific Railroad                                                                                                                                  
   1884-1935                                                                                                                                   
      Rock Island Railroad                                                                                                                                   
    1887-1983                                                                                                                                   

                                                                                                                                                                    

 World War II                                                                                                                          


   While you're in the area... don't forget to visit                                                                                        the                                           museum!