The Mazeppa Area Historical Society would like to invite you, to join them in creating a place to share our memories, photos, and memorabilia of the past, present and future to be enjoyed and preserved by the Mazeppa Community and its visitors to the area.
The Mazeppa Area Historical Society was founded in the fall of 2010, obtaining 501c-3, non-profit status. All donations are tax-deductible.
An early goal of the MAHS was to obtain a building for displaying and sharing photos and artifacts that can be enjoyed by the Mazeppa Community and its visitors. The Mazeppa Area Historical Society is proud to have the old People’s State Bank building as our home and Museum.
The mission of the Historical Society is to collect, preserve and disseminate knowledge about the city and surrounding area of Mazeppa. In our museum we have a research center for genealogy searches, with who’s who of past citizens, businesses, farms, births, deaths etc.
We have a new "Display Window" on the south side of the building, next to the school bell !
Our Display of the original Bell, from the 1896 School that burned to the ground December 26, 1975.
Mazeppa Daze 2022
Pictures By: Tom Stahman, Lori Bettcher, and other facebook friends.
Memorial Day 2022
The MAHS loses one of their own !!
Jim Siems was a great asset to not only the MAHS, but the entire community. He will be missed by all that knew him. Rest in Peace Jim.
The 2021MAHS Soup and Chill Luncheon !
The Mazeppa Area Historical Society sends out a "Big Thank You" to all of you who participated in our "Cash Raffle" with the drawing at our "Soup & Chili Luncheon" which was a success! Everyone came hungry & left happy! Thanks!
Click on the above images to see a larger View.
Mazeppa Daze 2021
Special Thanks to all my facebook friends for the pictures !
Progress has been made on the North Side of our building !
The MAHS loses one of its Greatest members !
City of Mazeppa 1877
Here is a picture looking north into the town of Mazeppa. The photo was taken in about 1877 as you can see the Lake (mill pond) and the 1st Mill which was constructed in 1876 and the RailRoad is not here yet and they came to town in 1878. Please Click on pictures to see a larger view !
I also include 3 photo's of more close up views.
I thought that I would share this picture with you. Ted Siems was the father of Jim Siems who is the MAHS's vice president. Kenneth Tupper was the Father of Duane and the Tupper boys grandfather. (Matt, Phil, Eric, Pete, and Paul). I recognize the buildings in this picture as those were on the current Tupper farm. These buildings are now gone. - Tom
12/14/2019 Soup and Chili Luncheon
We had another great turnout at Our Soup and Chili Luncheon when Santa came to town ! We would like to Thank Everyone for making this event a success !
2019 RAFFLE WINNERS 1) $250 CASH - Dan King - from the MAHS 2) $100 CASH - Laura Drazkowski - from the MAHS 3) $ 50 CASH - Angie Miller- - from First State Bank 4) $ 50 CASH - Tara Costa - from Mahn Funeral Home 5) $ 50 CASH - Nancy Liffrig - from Schleicher Funeral Home 6) $ 50 CASH - Mike Tri - from Mazeppa B/P 7) Tobaggan - Jerry Siems 8) $ 10 Gift Certificate - Ron Gabrielson - Charlie's Eatery and Pub 9) $ 10 Gift Certificate - Teddi Tri - Charlie's Eatery and Pub 10) $ 10 Gift Certificate - Bev Tweed - Charlie's Eatery and Pub
Sorry for the Blurry Pictures !
Mazeppa Daze 2019 Photo Slideshow
Some photo's compliments of: Amber Mehrkins, Brenda Weich, Trent Brotzler of TB Aerial Photography and other Facebook friends.
Cemetery Clean-Up 5/15/2019
We were blessed with a beautiful day on Wednesday 5/15/2019 for our Cemetery Clean-Up day ! A huge Thank you, goes out to the Z-M students and everyone who lent us a hand. Thank You !!
2019 Spring Supper
After yet another Snowstorm postponed the supper, The MAHS held their Spring Supper on Thursday 4/25 ! We had an excellent crowd, that wanted to visit among friends after the LONG winter.
THE MAZEPPA AREA HISTORICAL SOCIETY SENDS OUT A "HUGE-HUGE THANK YOU" to all who attended our "SPRING SUPPER"! IT WAS A HUGE SUCCESS ! -Helen
2019 Annual Meeting
Marilyn O'Brian and Dora Hellerud Presented the History of the 150 year old Methodist Church !
2018 Soup and Chili Luncheon
Mazeppa Area Historical Society sends out a "HUGE" THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT!
Our Soup & Chili Luncheon was a Huge Success- ran out of chili-Thanks to all who came-Your support is so appreciated!!!!
Winners of the Mazeppa Area Historical Society cash raffle- 2018!
$250- Steve Meerkins (donated by MAHS) $100- Lori Westergaard (donated by MAHS) $ 50- Sara Markham (Donated by First State Bank-Mazeppa) $ 50- Julie Tri- (Donated by Mahn Funeral Home) $ 50- Karl Nahrgang (Donated by Schleicher Funeral Home) $ 50- Duane Klein (Donated by Neptune Bar- Zumbro Falls) Gift Certificate- Charlie's Eatery- Betty Grossbach Gift Certificate- Charlie's Eatery- Marsha Goetsch Gift Certificate- Charlie's Eatery- Dalton O'Reilly
Who am I ?
The Mazeppa Historical Society needs your help in identifying the people in these Photo's !
New photo's added 05/08/2018.
Please Help Identify, and let us know by filling out this form ! Thank You !
Reply with photo number, please !
National Night Out - 2018
Huge shout out to everyone who came to our National Night Out ! It's safe to say our National Night Out was a success!! Another huge thank you goes out to Mazeppa State Bank, Outback Fence, Mazeppa Liquor Store, Leo's Sports Bar, Neptune Bar, Wd's Bar, Nate Arendt, and Mazeppa Lions for all your hard work and donations! From the bottom of our Drop Thanks 😉, we appreciate everybody for making tonight a success! - Mazeppa Fire Department
Mazeppa Daze 2018
Fireworks - Drone Photos
Drone Photo's and video by Trent Brotzler of TB Aerial Photography
Mazeppa Daze 2018
Memorial Day Parade
3/11 WD's and the Gregoire Building Burn
Museum Hours We are open every Saturday in June - August from 12:00 - 3:00 PM. We are also open at anytime by appointment ! If you drive by and see us open, Come on in ! Contact: President - Helen Reiland - (507) 250-6021