Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society, White Cloud, KS

Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society, White Cloud, KS The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society in White Cloud, Kansas is named after Chief White Cloud of the Ioway Tribe. It owns & operates the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum.
Open Memorial Day & Labor Day Weekends. During the rest of the year the museum is open by appointment.
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Open by appointment. The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society was formed in 1969 by members of the White Cloud community to preserve historical knowledge, buildings, and objects of White Cloud. With leadership from individuals such as Wolf River Bob (Robert Breeze) they put down in writing what the mission and purpose of the Society would be: "The purpose of the Society is to bring together those people interested in history, especially in the history of our community. Understanding the history of our community is basic to our democratic way of life, gives us a better understanding of our state and nation, and helps us better to appreciate our American heritage. The Society's major function will be to discover and collect any material which may help to establish or illustrate the history of the county, its exploration, settlement, development, and activities in peace and in war, its progress in population, wealth, education, arts, science, agriculture, manufactures, trade, and transportation. It will collect printed material such as histories, genealogies, biographies, descriptions, gazetteers, directories, newspapers, pamphlets, catalogs, circulars, handbills, programs, and posters; manuscript material such as letters, diaries, journals, memoranda, reminisces, posters, service records, account books, charts, surveys, and field books books, and museum material such as pictures, photograph paintings, portraits, scenes, aboriginal relics, and material objects illustrative of life, conditions, events, and activities of the past or present. The Society will provide for the preservation of such material and for its accessibility, as far as may be feasible to all who wish to examine or study it, co-operate with officials in insuring the preservation and accessibility of the records and archives of the county and or its cities, towns, villages, and institutions, and insure the preservation of historic buildings, monuments, and markers. The Society will disseminate historical information and arouse interest in the past by publishing historical material in the newspapers or otherwise, by holding meetings with pageants, addresses, lectures, papers, and discussion, by marking historical buildings, sites and trails, and by using the media of radio and television to awaken public interest. The Society will co-operate with the (state historical society, state historical commission, or state department of archives and history) to collect and preserve materials of state-wide significance so that these materials can be made available to students and scholars. [Signed] Wolf River Bob, Lewis and Clark Trail Guide November, 1969 White Cloud, Kansas On the Banks of the Missouri River"

The White Cloud Flea Market is in full swing now throughout the holiday weekend!  Come on to White Cloud for shopping, t...
08/30/2018

The White Cloud Flea Market is in full swing now throughout the holiday weekend! Come on to White Cloud for shopping, the river valley views, and to visit our historic museum!

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society Museum is located at the end of Main Street (up from the river), in the 1874 White Cloud Schoolhouse. Listed on the National and Kansas Registers of Historic Places, it is filled from top to bottom with local and regional history. It will be open by on Friday and Saturday from 10:00 - 3:00. Come by and visit!

Remember to come up to White Cloud this evening at 6:00 PM for the Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society Meeting at the School ...
08/16/2018

Remember to come up to White Cloud this evening at 6:00 PM for the Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society Meeting at the School House Museum! All are invited!

Doniphan County Historical Society
06/26/2018

Doniphan County Historical Society

Good things happening in White Cloud!
05/30/2018
White Cloud-Mahaska mural - Rocket Grants

Good things happening in White Cloud!

In its heyday in the early 1900s, White Cloud was a bustling town of nearly 1,500 people. Located on the Missouri River, it was a popular port town in the newly established Kansas territory frequented by steamboats making their journey west. There were multiple general, grocery, drug, furniture, and...

05/24/2018

The Doniphan County Historical Society will meet tonight! Business meeting at 6:00. Program approx 6:45. Symns-Jones Barn 578 Hwy 7, Bendena. Everyone is welcome!

Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will hold its May meeting, Thurs. evening, May 17, at 6:00 PM. We will hold the meeting a...
05/16/2018

Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will hold its May meeting, Thurs. evening, May 17, at 6:00 PM. We will hold the meeting at the schoolhouse museum. All are invited to attend!

Remember to visit the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum in the historic White Cloud Schoolhouse while shopping at the White Cloud Flea ...
05/05/2018

Remember to visit the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum in the historic White Cloud Schoolhouse while shopping at the White Cloud Flea Market today!

The Museum is open today from 10:00 - 3:00. We look forward to welcoming you!

Stop by the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum in White Cloud while visiting the White Cloud Flea Market this weekend!   Located in the ...
05/04/2018

Stop by the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum in White Cloud while visiting the White Cloud Flea Market this weekend! Located in the historic White Cloud School at the end of Main Street.

Open Saturday, 10:00 - 3:00!

Do the names Hattie May Coffman or Oliver Vinsonhaler of White Cloud ring a bell for anyone?  If so, be sure to comment!
04/30/2018

Do the names Hattie May Coffman or Oliver Vinsonhaler of White Cloud ring a bell for anyone? If so, be sure to comment!

04/21/2018

Local historian, Lance Foster, has the following question for our members. Feel free to share any of your memories of old places / names in the White Cloud area that his question brings to mind!

Lance:
I was wondering if folks recall any of the older names of the hollows or other geographic locations on or near the reservation, especially ones people don't use anymore?
Some of the ones on the River Road, working southward on the River Road from the Nemaha River, so the hollows would be to your right as you drive south:
>Big Nemaha River (crossing is northeast boundary of reservation)
>Happy Hollow (now Thrasher Road to Casino)
>Sleepy Hollow (later the Ponderosa, now grain bins there)
-one of the hollows in this area was known as Black Stallion Hollow, as the story goes of the tribe finding a black horse up the hollow
>Schulenburg Hollow (aka Snake Doctor Hollow)
>(now Wes Fee place)
>Dupuis Hollow (later Pauline's Pond)
>Pfaffly Hollow
>(state line and stairs to iron monument)
(several small hollows in this long stretch, including one where they have taken out a lot of soil)
>Nolands Creek (aka Squaw Creek, J-6 Hog Farm, etc.) and
[BOUNDARY of Reservation on Southeast, since treaty of 1854 which diminished the reservation]
...continuing (reservation lands during 1836-1854):
>White Cloud Hollow / City of White Cloud
>Cedar Creek
>Mill Creek
>Iowa Point and Dove Creek
>Mission Creek
>Wolf River (southeastern boundary of 1836 reservation)

04/17/2018

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will hold a meeting, Thursday, April 19, at 6:00 PM. The meeting will be at the Taylor Seed Farms, south of White Cloud on Hwy 7. All members are encouraged to attend. We hope to see you there!

04/13/2018
Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society, White Cloud, KS

Just a reminder!

"Born a Slave: Rediscovering Arthur Jackson’s African American Heritage." Sunday, April 15 from 2:00-3:00 pm at the American Legion Building in White Cloud.

A long forgotten family secret will be revealed by author and historian, David W. Jackson. Jackson’s great-greatgrandfather, Arthur Jackson, was born a slave to slaveholders Dr. Richard and Mrs. Lucinda (DeAtley) Jackson, whose family migrated to Holt County after the Civil War. (They operated a hotel in Doniphan County when the 1875 Census was taken.) Arthur met Ida Anderson and they lived and raised their family in and around White Cloud from 1884-1913, their children passing for white. Descendants of Richard and Lucinda also lived in and around White Cloud through the 1960’s, and some may still live nearby.

For five generations David Jackson’s family has identified as Caucasian. He will share how he rediscovered the family secret, buried for almost 100 years, as presented in his book Born a Slave: Rediscovering Arthur Jackson’s African American Heritage. The program is co-sponsored by the Doniphan County and Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Societies. Free and open to the public.

04/07/2018

"Born a Slave: Rediscovering Arthur Jackson’s African American Heritage." Sunday, April 15 from 2:00-3:00 pm at the American Legion Building in White Cloud.

A long forgotten family secret will be revealed by author and historian, David W. Jackson. Jackson’s great-greatgrandfather, Arthur Jackson, was born a slave to slaveholders Dr. Richard and Mrs. Lucinda (DeAtley) Jackson, whose family migrated to Holt County after the Civil War. (They operated a hotel in Doniphan County when the 1875 Census was taken.) Arthur met Ida Anderson and they lived and raised their family in and around White Cloud from 1884-1913, their children passing for white. Descendants of Richard and Lucinda also lived in and around White Cloud through the 1960’s, and some may still live nearby.

For five generations David Jackson’s family has identified as Caucasian. He will share how he rediscovered the family secret, buried for almost 100 years, as presented in his book Born a Slave: Rediscovering Arthur Jackson’s African American Heritage. The program is co-sponsored by the Doniphan County and Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Societies. Free and open to the public.

03/24/2018
Rick

Rick

I'm looking for old photos of Anson or Thelma Cash and their children, Sonny, Lucille, Irma and Anita Cash. Anita was my mom. If anyone knew them, I'd appreciate hearing from you. Both my grandma and grandpa are buried in the cemetery in White Cloud.

Steve
02/24/2018

Steve

I think I found something pretty interesting here. I think this may be a photo from White Cloud, KS. Magnifying the items on the wall reveals "State Bank of A Foulet." There is a map of Kansas. There is also a reference to Lockwood Hazel Printing of Atchison Kansas. No idea who the fellow is. Maybe a lawyer or judge. I found this in a pile of photos owned by former residents of Doniphan County: Bertha Mauck.

Here's hoping that everyone is staying safe and warm as 2017 draws to a close!  It's quite chilly and even just a bit wh...
12/29/2017

Here's hoping that everyone is staying safe and warm as 2017 draws to a close! It's quite chilly and even just a bit white here in White Cloud.

Here is a wonderful photo from 1895 provided by Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society member Bob Bailey. Pictured are his ancestors and former residents of White Cloud: Charles and George March; Georgia Anne Beeler (Annie March) and Jesse Agnes March Filmore.

"Today the Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society hosted Mrs. Lisa Smith's 5th grade class from Doniphan West school. We had an ...
10/16/2017

"Today the Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society hosted Mrs. Lisa Smith's 5th grade class from Doniphan West school. We had an interesting day in the old schoolhouse in White Cloud. We told the children the history about the schoolhouse and the city of White Cloud. After presentations in each of the schoolrooms and outside shed, we had recess. We played games that were played when the school was in session. The Ma-Hush Kah Historical Society furnished lunch. The children were awesome and we enjoyed having them visit the schoolhouse. Great kids at Doniphan West elementary school."---Linda Maris

The Ma-Hush-Kah Museum is open today and tomorrow 10:00 - 3:00 for the White Cloud Flea Market!  The American Legion (on...
09/01/2017

The Ma-Hush-Kah Museum is open today and tomorrow 10:00 - 3:00 for the White Cloud Flea Market!

The American Legion (on Main Street near the river) is serving breakfast Friday, Saturday, and Sunday!

The Ma-Hush-Kah Museum in White Cloud will be open this weekend, Friday and Saturday, 10:00 - 3:00.  As you visit the Wh...
08/30/2017

The Ma-Hush-Kah Museum in White Cloud will be open this weekend, Friday and Saturday, 10:00 - 3:00.

As you visit the White Cloud Flea Market, stop by and visit us! We are located at the end of Main Street (opposite the river) in the 1884 schoolhouse!

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will host its July meeting THIS Thursday, July 20, 6:00 PM at Taylor Seeds.  Please f...
07/17/2017

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will host its July meeting THIS Thursday, July 20, 6:00 PM at Taylor Seeds. Please feel free to join us if you can!

Taylor seeds is located just south of White Cloud on Highway K-7. John and Shirley Taylor graciously host us in their air conditioned conference room there when the heat is too bad to meet elsewhere.

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will meet tomorrow night, Thursday, June 15, at 6:00 PM at the schoolhouse in White C...
06/14/2017

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will meet tomorrow night, Thursday, June 15, at 6:00 PM at the schoolhouse in White Cloud. We hope you can join and get a closer look at the wonderful work that's been happening!

The White Cloud Flea Market is having one of it's biggest years in ages!  We at the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum have benefited by...
05/06/2017

The White Cloud Flea Market is having one of it's biggest years in ages! We at the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum have benefited by welcoming dozens of visitors these past few days. It's been a wonderful weekend all around and you have one more day to come and enjoy it all! The Flea Market goes through tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon/evening and the Museum will be open from 12:00 to 2:00 PM, so come see us tomorrow!

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society Museum in the 1874 White Cloud Schoolhouse will be open this weekend at the end of Ma...
05/03/2017

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society Museum in the 1874 White Cloud Schoolhouse will be open this weekend at the end of Main Street!!! Free-will donation admittance. (We really do need your support to stay open!)

Friday: 10:00 - 3:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 3:00
Sunday: 12:00 - 2:00

Going back to 1970, when it was founded by the Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society, the White Cloud Flea Market is one of the...
04/30/2017

Going back to 1970, when it was founded by the Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society, the White Cloud Flea Market is one of the longest running in the tri-state area! It will be held again NEXT WEEKEND, May 5, 6, 7 in White Cloud, Kansas!

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Museum, housed in the 1874 White Cloud School House will be open over the weekend during the following hours, weather permitting:

Friday 10:00 - 3:00
Saturday 10:00 - 3:00
Sunday 12:00 - 2:00

The White Cloud Flea Market is coming up next weekend, May 5, 6, 7 AND the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum in the 1874 schoolhouse in...
04/28/2017

The White Cloud Flea Market is coming up next weekend, May 5, 6, 7 AND the Ma-Hush-Kah Museum in the 1874 schoolhouse in White Cloud, will be open to visitors! Members of the Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will be present to greet you and answer questions.

Friday 10:00 - 3:00
Saturday 10:00 - 3:00
Sunday 12:00 - 2:00

Hours may vary if the weekend is rained out, call 785-595-3339 if in doubt.

Hello Folks!  It is a beautiful and very windy spring day here in White Cloud!  One of our members would like to know if...
04/24/2017

Hello Folks! It is a beautiful and very windy spring day here in White Cloud!

One of our members would like to know if any of you can identify this house? He thinks it could be Cappy Fillmore's house in White Cloud. The picture was found with other White Cloud pictures, but is unlabeled.

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will meet tonight, April 20, at 6:00 PM at the schoolhouse in White Cloud.  We hope y...
04/20/2017

The Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will meet tonight, April 20, at 6:00 PM at the schoolhouse in White Cloud. We hope you can join!

Wishing everyone a Happy Easter!  Also, the Mah-Hush-Kah Historical Society will meet at the schoolhouse in White Cloud ...
04/15/2017

Wishing everyone a Happy Easter!

Also, the Mah-Hush-Kah Historical Society will meet at the schoolhouse in White Cloud THIS Thursday, April 20, 6:00 PM. We hope you can join us!

Kansas Historical Society
03/17/2017

Kansas Historical Society

The Doniphan County Courthouse was constructed in 1905. It is the fourth courthouse to serve the county as the first was a temporary structure, the second was destroyed by a fire, and the third was simply outgrown. It was designed by George P. Washburn in the Romanesque style, and is still in use to this day. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places - NPS in 1974. #kansashistory #nationalregister

Wishing health, happiness, and abundance to all of our historical society members and supporters in 2017!  We had a wond...
01/02/2017

Wishing health, happiness, and abundance to all of our historical society members and supporters in 2017! We had a wonderful year in 2016, receiving a grant for repairs to our 1874 schoolhouse, seeing an increase in visitors and society members, and completing several projects within our Mu-Hush-Kah Museum collections. Thank you to all who help keep this good work moving forward. We look forward to working with you on more good things to come in 2017!

Pictured: Announcement of plans for the very first schoolhouse in White Cloud, Kansas Territory over 159 years ago! Published in the White Cloud Kansas Chief, Thursday, August 27, 1857.

12/15/2016
City of White Cloud, KS

FYI for local members!

The City received a Cash Water Payment without any identification on payment. If you receive a Late Bill, and have already paid your Bill with Cash, please give me a call to identify your Payment. You will need to know the exact amount, as well as, be able to identify the type of envelope it was put in (it was put in a self addressed business envelope...and placed in the "black box" by City Hall). Thank you, and please help spread the word to those without Facebook!

Kansas Historical Society
12/12/2016

Kansas Historical Society

Every year more properties from Kansas are added to the National Register of Historic Places. Last June, the Iowa Tribe Community Building located on the Iowa Tribe of Kansas & Nebraska reservation, became one of those properties. The building has served as a gathering place for the community since it was constructed by Iowa Tribe members as part of the Civilian Conservation Corps- Indian Division in 1940. The Kansas Historical Society worked closely with the Iowa Tribe’s Tribal Historic Preservation Office to help it to become the first listed building on a reservation within the state of Kansas. #kansashistory #nationalregister

11/17/2016
Doniphan County Historical Society

The Doniphan County Historical Society meets tonight at 6:00 in Wathena.

See below for details.

November Meeting
President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated on April 14, 1865 and the he was buried on May 4. Paul Rohde will give a presentation about this traumatic time in our nation’s history. 6:00 pm November 17 at Wathena Library.

We are enjoying beautiful fall days here in Doniphan County, along with crisp, clear nights.  Here's hoping that all of ...
11/15/2016

We are enjoying beautiful fall days here in Doniphan County, along with crisp, clear nights. Here's hoping that all of our members are having a beautiful autumn season!

Here is a great picture of the White Cloud School Girls Basketball Team, circa 1930-34. Can you name any of the "unknowns"?

Thanks to member Bob Bailey for sharing!

Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society member Bob Bailey has this excellent photo to share with us, along with identification of...
11/08/2016

Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society member Bob Bailey has this excellent photo to share with us, along with identification of those in it. Thanks for sharing Bob!

1) Lulu Keebler: lady standing with small child
2) Woodrow Parks: boy with jacket and tie
3) Wilma Tracy: sitting next to Woodrow
4) George Tracy: boy with overalls sitting next to Wilma
5) Gerald Tracy: boy holding little boy on his lap
6) Margie March: girl kneeling behind Gerald Tracy
7) Ruth Haney: girl kneeling to Margie's left
8) Billy Penny: small boy in overalls front row clear to right as looking at pic
9) Mary Taylor: lady standing with hand on the trellis (grandmother to Billy Penny)
10) Elvira Parks: lady standing next to Mary Taylor (Woodrow's mother)
11) Burl Taylor: man with hat on sitting right in front of the porch pole (grandfather to Billy Penny)
12) Charlie March or Sullivan Tracy: man sitting way in the back behind Margie March

NOTE; the little boy on Gerald Tracy's lap unknown as well as the girl sitting next to lil boy or the lil girl on her lap. These were identified by our aunt Margie Lucille March-Coningswood back in 1994 from a letter she sent me.

Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society member Sharon Maxwell has recently shared with us some historical photographs of her Whit...
11/05/2016

Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society member Sharon Maxwell has recently shared with us some historical photographs of her White Cloud ancestors that some of you might know, remember, or even be related to! She and her husband were able to join us for our August meeting, all the way from their home in Alaska. It is always great to welcome members from near and far.

She shares, "My father was Wilmer Myron Connelly, born 01 March 1917 in White Cloud. His parents were Roy E. and Nellie Agnes (Kent) Connelly. Roy's parents were Henry Connelly (Civil War Veteran) and Mina Amelia (Hardy) Connelly. Mina's parents were Andrew Moore Hardy and Elizabeth (Clayton) Hardy. Roy's parents and Mina's parents are buried in Olive Branch Cemetery in White Cloud.

Nellie Agnes (Kent) Connelly's parents were John Spencer Finley Kent and Nora Ellen (Simpson) Kent. Nellie's step mother was Cynthia Ann (Ely, James) Kent. They are all buried in Olive Branch Cemetery. Nellie's step sister was Mildred (James) Baker, who until recently still lived in White Cloud.

Vern (Mallows) Connelly was the first wife of Arthur Dean Connelly. Her parents, Samuel and Sarah Mallows are buried in Olive Branch. The girl Helen in the previous picture, was adopted by Arthur and Vern from an orphan train. (This was told to me by my uncle Jack Connelly.) Arthur's second wife was Mildred Englehart. Arthur and Mildred are buried in the Highland Cemetery, Highland Ks. Arthur was my grandfather's (Roy Connelly) brother. Their brother, Myron Webster Connelly is also buried in Olive Branch Cemetery.

Roy Connelly was the electrician (per the 1920 census) in the White Cloud power plant.

Wilmer's school picture in 1923 I assume is in front of the High School. He is in the front four children, standing next to the only girl. He has overalls on and his chest is really sticking out.

I also have other pictures, like John T. Dillie, who at one time was the marshal in White Cloud. He was John Kent's step father."

Address

103 South Fifth Street (5th & Main Street (West End, Directly Up From The River))
White Cloud, KS
66094

General information

"The purpose of the Society is to bring together those people interested in history, especially in the history of our White Cloud community. Understanding the history of our community is basic to our democratic way of life, gives us a better understanding of our state and nation, and helps us better to appreciate our American heritage.

Telephone

(785) 595-3339

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Can anyone recall seeing pictures of these Doniphan Country pioneers?
Ma-Hush-Historical Society meeting Oct. 18, at Taylor Seed, Hwy 7 at 7 pm. Everyone is invited.
White Cloud Schoolhouse museum will be open during the flea market. Friday, Aug. 31, at 10:00 am until 3 pm and Saturday, Sept. 1, at 10:00 am until 3 pm. The museum is free to all. Come and see an old fashion schoolroom. The main part of the schoolhouse was built in 1873 and the addition in 1914. Looking forward to see you.
Heard tonight in an hour, 6 pm, they are going to have a meeting at the museum
Saw this on Dedra Bunk's post, thought it was so interesting. Don't remember seeing it here, but if it is, here it is again ;-)
Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will hold its May meeting, Thurs. evening, May 17, at 6 pm. We will hold the meeting at the schoolhouse museum.
I was wondering if folks recall any of the older names of the hollows or other geographic locations on or near the reservation, especially ones people don't use anymore? Some of the ones on the River Road, working southward on the River Road from the Nemaha River, so the hollows would be to your right as you drive south: >Big Nemaha River (crossing is northeast boundary of reservation) >Happy Hollow (now Thrasher Road to Casino) >Sleepy Hollow (later the Ponderosa, now grain bins there) -one of the hollows in this area was known as Black Stallion Hollow, as the story goes of the tribe finding a black horse up the hollow >Schulenburg Hollow (aka Snake Doctor Hollow) >(now Wes Fee place) >Dupuis Hollow (later Pauline's Pond) >Pfaffly Hollow >(state line and stairs to iron monument) (several small hollows in this long stretch, including one where they have taken out a lot of soil) >Nolands Creek (aka Squaw Creek, J-6 Hog Farm, etc.) and [BOUNDARY of Reservation on Southeast, since treaty of 1854 which diminished the reservation] ...continuing (reservation lands during 1836-1854): >White Cloud Hollow / City of White Cloud >Cedar Creek >Mill Creek >Iowa Point and Dove Creek >Mission Creek >Wolf River (southeastern boundary of 1836 reservation)
Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society will hold a meeting, Thursday, April 19, at 6:00 pm. The meeting will be at the Taylor Seed Farms, south of White Cloud on Hwy 7. Please try to attend.
I'm looking for old photos of Anson or Thelma Cash and their children, Sonny, Lucille, Irma and Anita Cash. Anita was my mom. If anyone knew them, I'd appreciate hearing from you. Both my grandma and grandpa are buried in the cemetery in White Cloud.
Today the Ma-Hush-Kah Historical Society hosted Mrs. Lisa Smith's 5th grade class from Doniphan West school. We had an interesting day in the old schoolhouse in White Cloud. We told the children the history about the schoolhouse and the city of White Cloud. After presentations in each of the schoolrooms and outside shed, we had recess. We played games that were played when the school was in session. The Ma-Hush Kah Historical Society furnished lunch. The children were awesome and we enjoyed having them visit the schoolhouse. Great kids at Doniphan West elementary school.
Hello All. American Legion will be open for lunch and supper the 19th, 20th and 21st. Breakfast will be served the morning of the 21st. Support your veterans...