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Chickasaw Former Judge MOSO Quarterly Speaker | April 27th, 2019

Chickasaw former Judge will be our Quarterly speaker April 27, 2019. Speaker will speak of Marshall County Indian history. Will start at 10 am in the Marshall County Expo Center, located on Hwy 70 in between Madill and Kingston. Refreshments will be provided for this...

Gary Henry Talk On “Tale of Two Towns”

A Tale of Two Towns Flyer Come and hear Gary Henry talk on “Tale of Two Towns”. The story of how two towns in the Helen Hills of Pickens County, Indian Territory became one town in Marshall County, Oklahoma.¬† Gary is the son of the late Skip Henry,...
Public Board Meeting – January 15, 2019

Public Board Meeting – January 15, 2019

The board will elect new officers at the January 15th meeting. The meeting begins at 4:30 PM. The public is invited. New board members are: Brent Smith, Marcia Jones, Kaye Jay, Glenda Lansdale, Greg Lowe, Fred Stanley, Loyce Eldridge. Louise LeJenne is an alternate...
The MOSO Guest Speaker Towana Spivey

The MOSO Guest Speaker Towana Spivey

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Understanding Cemetery Symbols With Author Tui Snider

Understanding Cemetery Symbols With Author Tui Snider

Tui Snider’s presentation helps history buffs, genealogists, and others decode the forgotten meanings of the symbols our ancestors used on their headstones. Plus! Don’t miss Tui’s new book “Understanding Cemetery Symbols: A Field Guide For...
Governor Raymond D. Gary Exhibit

Governor Raymond D. Gary Exhibit

Governor Raymond D. Gary was a resident of Marshall County, growing up on a farm halfway between Madill, and Kingston, OK. Governor Gary was the fifteenth governor of the State of Oklahoma, and ushered in a wave of Civil Rights policies and progressive actions. He...
Doris Albin Resigns From Board

Doris Albin Resigns From Board

Doris Albin recently resigned from the Board of Directors and her position as President. This is a tremendous loss to the Museum. Doris has worked tirelessly to improve and promote the museum for many years. She will be sorely missed. We are grateful for your service,...