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 Summer is slowly fading away but we still have some exciting events to complete your summer! “Huckleberry Queen”:   August 16, 2014                   There is so much that is shady in the story of the Huckleberry Queen, stories can only be whispered or told in secret. Come and enjoy Anna Liechty, from Plymouth, as she tells the […]

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A look at the great crimes of Culver’s past is on tap for Saturday, July 12, starting at 10 a.m. as part of the annual meeting of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver. The event will take place in the large meeting room of the Culver Public Library, 107 N. Main Street in downtown […]

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Viewing this file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click the icon for your free download.     The Culver Citizen is presented by permission of the Pilot News Group for the nonprofit uses of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver.

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Viewing this file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click the icon for your free download.     The Culver Citizen is presented by permission of the Pilot News Group for the nonprofit uses of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver.

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Viewing this file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click the icon for your free download.     The Culver Citizen is presented by permission of the Pilot News Group for the nonprofit uses of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver.

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Viewing this file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click the icon for your free download.     The Culver Citizen is presented by permission of the Pilot News Group for the nonprofit uses of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver.

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After six years, Culver’s history museum is moving from the lower level of the historic Carnegie library building  - but only next door. Volunteers from several local clubs and organizations are working hard this week to relocate the Culver history museum’s collection into the ground-floor of the First Farmer’s Bank and Trust building, on the […]

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What do  the posting of Culver’s first-ever street signs, the launching of the Maxinkuckee Playhouse, and the dedication of the war memorial stones outside the Culver Public Library all have in common? They all took place in 1950, and they’re all featured in the latest batch of Culver Citizen newspapers uploaded to the AHS site! […]

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Viewing this file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click the icon for your free download.     The Culver Citizen is presented by permission of the Pilot News Group for the nonprofit uses of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver.

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