Haunted History 11
Haunted History #11 on Saturday, October 23rd from 6-8 PM at the Beaver Dam City Cemetery. $5.00 adults, Kids 12 and under freeMore Details
Save the Mounds
Curator, Kurt Sampson is looking to set some mound site care days for Nitschke Mounds on the calendar coming up in the next couple of months.More Details
Indiginous Peoples Day Tour of Nitschke Mounds
Nitschke Mounds County Park Tour by DCHS Curator Kurt Sampson on Sunday, October 10th 1:00 Pm and 2:30 PM tour times. Park located at W5934 CR E Burnett WI. If you have questions please call me anytime at 414-405-4367.More Details
Annual Meeting of the DCHS is scheduled for Wednesday, October 20 beginning at 6:00 PM - Open to the public.
About the DCHS
The Dodge County Historical Society is dedicated to the preservation, advancement and dissemination of the knowledge and history of Dodge County, Wisconsin, specifically Beaver Dam.
The Dodge County Historical Society, an affiliate of the Wisconsin State Historical Society, was formed in 1938, for the preservation of articles pertaining to pioneer days and to the early history of Beaver Dam.
Mr. Joseph Hoyt was selected as the first president. The museum was located on the second floor of the Concert Hall in a room, which for several years prior to the building of the City Hall, served as a council chamber. The acquisitions of the society grew rapidly and additional room on the same floor was provided. Many articles were reconditioned at the headquarters of the State Wide Museum Project, Milwaukee, a branch of the WPA. The society had been the dream of Mrs. Peter Beule, one of the chief organizers, for many years.Read More Contact Us