Items for the 2019 Silent Auction and Raffle which will take place on Sat. Sept. 7th at the Cream Can Supper. This is our major fundraiser and donations are greatly appreciated. Please leave a message at the museum, 701-548-8111, if you have an item to donate. Thank you!
Volunteers are needed for help with the newsletter, events, and for various other projects around the Museum. Please call the Museum at 701- 548 - 8111, if you have a few hours to spare. No special talents required!!
Small shed (any age), old granary or other outbuilding - even an old box truck body/ container - for the museum to store grounds keeping equipment, away from our exhibit areas. Needs to be approximately 8 feet by 10 feet minimum, sturdy, and moveable. If you have one that you don't need any more, please let us know.
Needed: use of large forklift or small crane for about one to two hours to lifet approx. 500 lb windmill head back up onto the tower at the museum. We will supply labor but need the equipment!
Wanted: One or two working used refrigerators for extra space to store food for events.
Please call 701-260-1650 if you can help us with any of the above items. Thank you!!
Donation of sturdy tables, shelves or
easels for use to display items
at the museum.
These do not need to be antiques but do need
to be in good condition, please.
We can also use more folding tables
for events, any size is fine.
We Are Asking For The Public's Support.
The Dunn County Museum Committee is looking for a complete list of military servicemen and women from Dunn County, North Dakota who died while in the United States military service or were killed in action.
Below is a list from the Dauntless Dunn II (page 107). We would like a complete list for the memorial at the Dunn County Historical Museum.
We are asking the public to help us out with any names that may not be on this list. There is room on the monument for more names as needed.
Dunn County Servicemen Who Died In Action:
World War I
Booheister Aaron Pvt. WW I
Brandvik Morris Pvt. WW I
Brenden Thorvald Pvt. WW I
Burkhardt Charles W. Pfc. WW I
Burrows Ezra Pvt. WW I
Eggers John Pvt. WW I
Hledik Joseph Pvt. WW I
Lunde George Pvt. WW I
Marty Walter Pvt. WW I
Oldmouse Arthur Pvt. WW I
Olson Cornelous Pfc. WW I
Olson Hans J. Pvt. WW I
Opedal Lars H. Pvt. WW I
Pinkham Ray C. Cpl. WW I
Pugh Earl Pvt. WW I
Ramstead Arne Mec. WW I
Regnery James J. Pvt. WW I
Schneider Wm C. Pvt. WW I
World War II
Allmendinger, Ervin Pfc. WW II
Anderson, Floyd Pvt. WW II
Berg, Orris O. Sgt. Army WW II
Bonnett, Rhienhold E. Pfc. WW II
Brablec, Vincent P. Tec. 5 WW II
Burgess Gerald A. 1 Lt. WW II
Crowsheart, Lester Pvt. WW II
Cuskelly, Dick Pfc. WW II
Darcy, John B. Pfc. WW II
Dennison, Duwaine Pvt. WW II
Dietz, Walter Cpl. WW II
Dirkach, Joe Pfc. WW II
Evenson, Arvid P. 2 Lt. WW II
Feigle, Lawrence J. SN 1 WW II
Fischer, Nicholas MM 2 WW II
Fischer, Winfred B. 1st Sgt. WW II
Fleckenstein, Ed Pfc. WW II
Gegelmann, William Pfc. WW II
Greenshields, G. G. Tec. 5 WW II
Grosz, Peter Pfc. WW II
Inkster, George E. Pvt. WW II
Jermundson, Joseph Tec. 4 WW II
Johnsrud, Clifford WW II
Keller, Stanley Houston Marine fc WW II
Miller, Marvin G. Pfc. WW II
Moore, Raymond E. Pfc. WW II
Mosteller, Lyle L. SN 2 WW II
Olson, Bertram E. 1st Lt. WW II
Quill Gordon, R. Pvt. WW II
Schaeffer, Fred J. S.Sgt. WW II
Schweitzer, Anton S. Sgt. WW II
Skjefte, Arley S. Sgt. WW II
Spotted Wolf, Clarence Army Pvt. WW II
Thompson, Maurice E. 2 Lt. WW II
Tschaekofske, Leo Pvt. WW II
Ulmer, Laverne E. Cpl. WW II
Unterseher, John Sgt. WW II
Wanner, Christ Kasper WWII
Dworshak, Michael A. Pvt. Army Korean Conflict
Ficek, Mojmir P. Sgt.fc Korean Conflict
Robison, Richard L. Pfc. Marines Korean Conflict
Finley, Valerian Lcpl. Marines Vietnam
Johnson, Myron Blaine Sgt. Army Vietnam
Zubke, Deland Dwight S.Sgt. Vietnam
If you can help with additional names,
please call the Dunn County Museum Committee Chairperson,
Cathy Trampe, at 701-548-8150
People can also send information to the DCHS's e-mail address:firstname.lastname@example.org Subject line: Military Memorial
Narrators are needed for Oral History interviews. Please see the Oral History page on our website for more information.
Do you have old photos you would be willing to share? Old photographs and scrapbooks related to Dunn County are needed. Items can be copied here at the Museum and quickly returned to you, if you do not wish to donate them.
The Dunn County Museum accepts donations of historically relevant articles of many types. If you are interesting in donating items to the Museum, we'd be happy to talk with you.Please see the Contact Us page for how to reach us.
Dunn County Historical Society begins new brick patio construction
Grant Brown directing construction Leo Piatz on the backhoe
"Boy!! That is one big rock" "See guys, all you needed was a lady's advice !"
Daddy in the background, "How did she do that?"
Leo, Grant & Quintana Construction Inc. Jonas Biffert on final inspection,
"Looks Good, Guys."
New stanchion & rope barriers
North Dakota Badlands Cedar Fence Posts, Old Farm Disc Plates,
Horseshoes, & Homemade Rope.
All materials and labor from the Dunn County Area.
Design & construction by Killdeer High School shop students
Larry Lundberg - Instructor
David Watkins, Manning, ND - rope fabricator
"Historical Diamond of the Western Prairies"
Dunn County Historical Museum
PO Box 145
Killdeer, North Dakota 58640
web site: www.dunncountymuseum.org