Here are links describing some of the exciting past exhibits shown at the Coffey County Historical Museum.
|Organized in January 1997, the Kansas Association of Straw Artists seeks to promote straw art, wheat weaving and wheat plaiting in the State of Kansas. We are please to present the Kansas Association of Straw Artists Traveling Museum.
|Lewis & Clark: Gifts of the Mandan, consisting of over thirty items replicating various artifacts collected by the expedition was on display at The Coffey County Historical Museum from October 4, 2004 to November 18th 2004.
|Yesterday’s Tomorrows: Past Visions of the American Future, a traveling exhibition that explored the history of the future and our expectations and beliefs about things to come. From ray guns to robots, nuclear powered cars to the Atom-Bomb house, predictions to inventions that went awry, “Yesterday’s Tomorrows” helps us understand the values and hopes Americans hold and have held about the years to come. “Yesterday’s Tomorrows” was on exhibit at the Coffey County Historical Museum from June 21 to August 2, 2002.
|Spirit of the Mask Collection was presented during the Summer of 2004 when the Coffey County Historical Museum was pleased to host Carla Hanson’s exhibit. The masks on display were from 30 different countries on five continents and from nine Native American Nations including Bali, Burma, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Bolivia, The Ivory Coast, Mexico, New Guinea and Zaire.
|During the Spring of 2006, the Coffey County Historical Museum was pleased to host the “K is for Kansas” exhibit that illustrated significant cultural and natural aspects of Kansas history.
|Embodying the spirit of the west, the cowgirl has a certain place in America’s heart and history along with her counterpart, the cowboy.
|The Atomic Age: The Discovery and Evolution of Nuclear Science.