REPUBLIC AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
“A Bridge to the Past”
Pascoe House Museum
183 Cedar Street
South Republic Location
The group seeks to provide various programs, displays, exhibits and workshops for the public, developing an understanding of our heritage. This is accomplished through resource people, oral history, research and the collection of artifacts, documents and photographs. The Republic area is at the northern end of M-95 in central Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Most of the area is located along the scenic Michigamme River, an old Indian canoe route from Lake Superior to Lake Michigan.
The Republic Area Historical Society was created as a non-profit organization in September of 1992. In February of 1993 it was incorporated. The purpose of the organization is to collect, preserve, display and distribute historical knowledge of the Republic area.
We display changing meaningful exhibits to show the economic, occupational, social and cultural history of Republic.
Saturdays and Sundays
1:00 – 3:00 p.m.
or by Appointment
Memorial Day to Labor Day
Members to call for Museum appointments
LaVerne Antilla – 376-2258
Ethel Valenzio – 376-2332
For geneology questions, contact email@example.com
or Republic Area Historical Society
P.O. Box 201
Republic, MI 49879
Dr. Paul Van Riper exhibit at the Museum
Dr. Van Riper served the communities at the west end of Marquette County for many years. His home was located in Champion, MI.
Piano at the Pascoe Museum. Upon getting the home ready as a museum, members found a pistol hidden in the crevices of the piano – no information on how it came to be there.
New and old memberships are welcomed
Individual – $10; Couple – $15
Monthly meetings: 3rd Tuesday at 2:00 p.m.
Riverview Heights Multipurpose Room
China Cabinet donated by
Kitchen area of the museum
Witbeck, Witch Lake & Environs………$25
Black River Memories……………………….$20
Barns, Saunas & Outhouses……………..$30
(Color & Black & White)
A Moving Experience…………………………..$7
The Partial Relocation of a Community
125 Years of Republic History: 1870 – 1995…$5
They Answered the Call……………………….$5
A portion of the bricks installed along the front sidewalk of the museum. These are available for purchase “in honor of” or “in memory of” any individual with installation to be added to those already in place. See any member to place an order.