NARM Quarterly Summer 2020 - Page 10

New Members

Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village

Mitchell, South Dakota

605-996-5473

mitchellindianvillage.org

The Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village, a National Historic Landmark site, is the only active archaeological site in South Dakota that is open to the public. The Village’s Boehnen Memorial Museum and Thomsen Center Archeodome are among the most unique museums in the state. As a research center, it attracts historians, authors, and researchers for its cultural resources in early, pre-Columbian Native American history. For Native Americans, it is an important teaching site that showcases early Native American history on the upper Great Plains, and the contributions of those peoples to modern agriculture.

Dr. Pound Farmstead

Historical Society

Dripping Springs, Texas

512-858-2030

drpoundfarmstead.org

The Dr. Pound Farmstead Museum offers visitors a unique glimpse of early pioneer life in the Texas Hill Country. The beautifully restored family house, dating to 1854, is filled with original family furnishings and heirlooms. The farmstead barn, smoke-house, windmill, and hot house are also renovated, as they existed a century ago.

Historic Rock Hill

Rock Hill, South Carolina

803-329-1020

www.historicrockhill.com

Historic Rock Hill is a nonprofit historic preservation organization that owns and operates the White Home. Established in 1838, the White Home is one of the oldest homes in Rock Hill and houses the organization’s collection of artifacts and photographs spanning five generations of the White family. The White Home museum tells the story of the White family in addition to recording the growth and development of Rock Hill over the past 175 years. The historic site also serves as a gathering place for visitors of all ages, marking the start and end points for Old Town Historic Walking Tours.