Slavery in Minnesota

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  • Admission is free to those with a membership with the Litchfield G.A.R Civil War Roundtable. Guests admission is $3


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  • The Meeker County Museum is located on the east side of Central Park in Litchfield, one block away from the Litchfield Public Library.

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  • The Litchfield G.A.R Civil War Roundtable meets at the Meeker County Museum on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 1:30pm

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  • Accessible to Disabled
  • African American Heritage

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  1. Meeker County Museum at the G.A.R. Hall

    Meeker County Museum at the G.A.R. Hall

    308 Marshall Ave N
    Litchfield, MN 55355
    Call: (320) 693-8911

    The Meeker County Museum contains a vast collection of artifacts that represent the history of Meeker County. We also are the proud caretakers of Frank Daggett Post No. 35, a Hall constructed by Union veterans of the Civil War in 1885. The Hall stands together as the last remaining Grand Army of the Republic Hall in Minnesota. The G.A.R., founded in 1866 by Union Veterans of the Civil War.

    The Meeker County Museum was built adjacent to the Hall in the 1960s. It includes an authentic 1868 log cabin, early farming and blacksmithing equipment, displays about Minnesotans in War, country schools, and much more!

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