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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Chief Simon Kahquados: Potawatomi Leader in Changing Times

Ninety years ago Potawatomi Elder Kakanissiga died about 70 miles northwest of Marinette, Wisconsin. He was a timber cruiser by trade who dedicated his life to bettering the conditions of his people. If you’ve cruised into north entrance of Peninsula State Park, you’ve driven by his gravesite. Many remember him as Chief Simon Onanguisse Kahquados. …

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Dearly Departed 2020

For many years the Ephraim Historical Foundation has partnered with the Ephraim Moravian Church to present Dearly Departed, a cemetery walk through the historic Moravian Cemetery. This year, the pandemic has caused us to move this event online. The actors still spent many hours studying their character, writing their scripts, and perfecting the stories they …

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