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When Johnny Comes Marching Home: Ephraim’s Civil War Stories

The 2017 Anderson Barn Museum exhibit tells the stories of eight Civil War soldiers with connections to Ephraim.  Some enlisted from Ephraim or the surrounding area, and others came here later in life.  The exhibit will focus on Andrew Anderson, Goodlet Goodletson, Michael Kalmbach, Christian “Charley” Morbeck, Carl Nelson, Tallack Tallackson, Torger Torgersen, and Henry …

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Welcome to the EHF Blog

Welcome to the Ephraim Historical Foundation’s brand new blog. We thought it would be fun to publish little snippets of information every so often to keep you abreast of upcoming pleasures, events, and happenings, and to remind you of stories from Ephraim’s past. There is so much history in our little village, and since we …

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Miss Munda’s Dress

Winter is the perfect time for working in the Archives and the EHF staff started an important collections project last week—cleaning Munda Anderson’s dress.  Miss Munda helped run the store for many years and is an important figure in the Anderson Store’s history.  She made this cotton dress in the mid-1880s and even wore it …

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A Shoe Collection

If you’ve ever visited the Anderson Store Museum, you’ve likely noticed the display of shoes in the back corner.  These shoes were once available for purchase in the Store and vary widely in type and style.  This winter, the EHF staff decided to undertake a big project: inventorying the shoe collection which, at last count, …

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