Tonganoxie Community Historical Society and Museum, Tonganoxie

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Specialty Museum · Hidden Gem · Museum
The Tonganoxie Community Historical Society is a non-profit organization started in 1981 to bring together those interested in the history of our community. The first officers were president John Cass Lenahan, vice president Jack Angell, secretary Margaret Gallagher and treasurer Mike Emery. Our community is defined as the area encompassed by Unified School District 464 .

The Society owns and operates 10 acres — called the Site — and these buildings: the Honey Valley School, Reno Methodist Church, Fairchild/Knox Dairy barn and milk parlor and fire house.
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  • We really enjoyed learning more about the local history of Tonganoxie. We went on a field trip, and the guides were great.  more »
  • This is a wonderful place to take you grandchildren/children. The old school house and church is wonderful. They also have several events that are great family events  more »
  • Very interesting display of the town. Friendly, and knowledgeable.
  • My church is there great place if you looking for a church this is where you can go& love it!!!

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