The Elkhart County Historical Society is sponsoring the “Great War Lecture Series” to mark the 100th anniversary of World War I. The first installment on Thursday, Feb. 26, will cover the causes and events that led to the start of the war.
A new exhibit, Elkhart County’s First 20,000 Years, has opened at the Elkhart County Historical Museum. Read on for more about the exhibit and how it was developed.
While doing research for the Elkhart County Historical Museum’s new exhibit, community blogger Patrick McGuire learned how Paleo-Indians — the first humans in North America — created tools using a process called flint knapping.