|Verndale Historical Society|
|Since 1977, the former St. Paul's Norwegian Lutheran Church building has housed the Verndale Museum.|
|Verndale has a very active historical society
with hundreds of members nation-wide.
The Verndale Historical Society also maintains an informative museum full of
artifacts from the Verndale area's history.
|Upcoming Verndale Historical Society Events|
Memberships for the Verndale Historical Society are as follows:
$10.00 - Individual Membership
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Publications for Sale:
The Verndale Historical Society has several publications available for purchase. If you are researching your family roots in the Verndale area, you are certain to find something of interest in these books.
Pages From History (Volume I - 1983) - Chronicles the history of Verndale. Settlement, Churches, Schools, Businesses, Industries, Townships, City Government, Organizations and much much more!
The Famous and Not So Famous (Volumes II, III, IV & V - 1987) - This four volume set contains over 5,000 family names of Verndale's famous and not so famous citizens, in 1,432 pages! Volumes are cross indexed to other family histories and Volume I. A must have for individuals tracing their family genealogy through Verndale.
McNair–Verndale to St. Lo - A 28-page booklet about Verndale's most famous citizen, Lieut. General Lesley James McNair, Chief of the Army Ground Forces during WWII.
Wheat Trail - A booklet about Verndale's historic wheat trading days.
Contact the Verndale Historical Society to purchase any of these publications.
NOTICE: The Verndale Historical Society is looking for artifacts and photos showing the wheat trade business in Verndale during the 1880s and 1890s. If you have anything of interest relating to the wheat trade, please contact the Verndale Historical Society.
and photos on this page were collected through my own research and information
gleaned from Pages from History published by the Verndale Historical Society.
I am actively seeking postcards and photos of Verndale, MN., to add to this Web site.
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