WELCOME TO THE
SARGENT COUNTY MUSEUM
THE SARGENT COUNTY MUSEUM is located in Forman, which is located in the southeastern corner of North Dakota. We are a 35,000 square foot museum.
The Museum is Open for the Season :
Sept. 2: 10-4pm
Sept. 4: 1-4pm
Sept. 6-9: 10-4pm
Sept. 12-15: 10-4pm
Sept. 19, 20: 10-4pm
Sept. 29, 30: 10-4pm
Other times call numbers below
Admission price: Free will donation
If you have a group coming or would like a tour during hours that we are not open, please call:
JUNE & JERRY FRITZEN:
701-724-3720 or 701-680-1633
We are handicapped accessible in all buildings and the restrooms. We also have two wheelchairs that can be used. Our first 2 large buildings are heated and
Come see the new building
it is 70 feet by 172 feet and filled with horse drawn equipment and items from that era.
We also have a new security system thanks to a grant from the ND State Historical Society.
With these updates we have made a nice larger meeting area and we now have wireless internet in the building.
We have also started mapping all the cemetaries in Sargent County with pictures of the grave markers. We have also added a copy of the obits we can find to the project. We have the project all on a computer, in the museum, for you to look at. Just ask to see it.
The County Newspapers that we have date back to the early 1900's.
Most of these are on Microfilm, and a Reader-Printer is available for you to do your research on. Please call or e-mail, and we can help you with your search for a small fee.
For links to help for research
FOUR COUNTY HISTORY BOOKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE.
WRITTEN BY SUSAN KUDELKA
VOL.. I : EARLY HISTORY OF THE COUNTY
VOL. II: FORMAN, GWINNER, MILNOR
VOL. III: BRAMPTON,CAYUGA,COGSWELL, CRETE, DELAMERE, GENESEO, HARLEM, HAVANA, RUTLAND, STIRUM AND OTHERS
VOL. IV: 1920 -1940 HISTORY & WORLD WAR II VETS
Prices are: $17.00 for Volumes 1, 2, OR 3. Volume 4 is: $22.00.
Other area North Dakota Authors books are also available for sale at the museum.
We have 4 large buildings with artifacts:
Plus the ----
1800's Territorial Log Cabin
One Room Schoolhouse