Mission Statement

Highland Historical Society

THE HIGHLAND HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

MISSION STATEMENT

To acquire, identify, document, preserve, exhibit, provide safekeeping for and promote access to public histories, artifacts, documents, books, photographs and other materials that promote and nurture an understanding of and appreciation for the history of Highland. We will thus memorialize our forefathers who made great sacrifices and contributions to the building of our community; provide residents with a sense of place and belonging and connect them to the past, present and future. We will do this through quality exhibits, programs, publications and other educational experiences.


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Highland Historical Society Mission Statement

Highland History Chapters (compiled by: Charles T Greenland II):

  1. Highland History
  2. The 1st Highland LDS Ward
  3. Water
  4. Mining
  5. The Highland School
  6. Electricity Comes to Highland
  7. Peas and Peaviners in Highland
  8. Famous Feature
  9. The People

Highland Family Histories
1958 Highland Aerial Map - Interactive
1958 Highland Aerial Map - Large
1958 Highland Homes and Families (table with addresses)
Homesteaders' Map
Highland Censuses (and LDS Ward Membership List)