Sherman County Historical Society and Museum
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News release. July 2, 2007
Hot off the press! Sherman County: For The Record
Sherman County: For The Record is the twice-yearly publication of the Sherman County Historical Society, a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and sharing local history. Editor Kathy McCullough, Wasco, and her proof readers, Alice Archer, Carol Sather and Peg Nattress, present a wide array of subject matter under the first color cover in the summer 2007 issue!
Read all about The Rest of the Story: Writing A Sweetness to the Soul by Jane Kirkpatrick; Sherar's Grade History, a Grade School Essay by Donald von Borstel; Sherar's Bridge by Bertha Belshe; Homesteading on the John Day River by Bill Slack; A Little More of the Story by Kathy McCullough; The Homesteaders by Bee Macnab; Home on the Range by Kathy McCullough; Birds: Treasures of Sherman County by Kathy Thompson; Sherman County's Bighorn Sheep by Kathy McCullough; Courtship in the 1920s: Abby Melzer's Diary by Myrna Melzer; and Joe Weber by Sheila Weber
Sherman County: For The Record, a benefit to Society members, may be purchased at The Museum Store in the Sherman County Historical Museum in Moro. A subject list of earlier issues is found on the Society web site www.shermanmuseum.org. Those who wish to share information, manuscripts or photographs are invited to contact the editor or the Museum email@example.com.