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The Chisago County Historical Society has been collecting and sharing stories and artifacts about the county, located in the east-central region of Minnesota, for more than 50 years. Our first exhibits were displayed in Taylors Falls, MN in the stone building which today is located at the entrance of the popular Interstate Park. It was constructed during 1920/21.

Take a few minutes to browse our website. You will find great information! Learn about our CCHS museums and exhibits, the Chisago County cemeteries, county history, community links, summer geocaching fun, and items in our gift shop. Many new indexs to our research library collection are now online!
Chisago County
Historical Society
P.O. Box 146
Lindstrom, MN 55045

Telephone: 651-257-5310
Email address:
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Our Mission
Gustaf Anderson House Museum
Open first Sunday of summer months!
1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
These flag counters were set on 27-January, 2014 at 22:00 utc
To discover, preserve, and share
the history and heritage of
Chisago County, Minnesota.
Summer Hours 2016
May 1, 2016
Jun 5, 2016
Jul 3, 2016
Aug 7, 2016
Sep 4, 2016
Oct 2, 2016
The Gustaf Anderson House / Museum
is also available for group tours
and your special events.

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The Chisago County Historical Society
History Research Library & Office
13112 Third Avenue North
Lindstrom, MN 55045

Telephone: 651-257-5310
CCHS Research Library
Open as listed below

November 2015
April 2016

Please email or call us
to schedule an appointment

May thru October 2016

Tuesdays, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Fridays, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm

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If you enjoy the nostalgia of the
people and places in Chisago
County, you might consider
joining the Facebook group

There are many locals and former
residents who are sharing their
photos and memories every day.
Old Chisago County Minnesota
Can you find ours?
You can GEOCACHE all year around!
The CCHS geocaches are located within Chisago County at historical sites and are waiting for you to discover them. Visit our Museums & Exhibits page to learn about this fun, grant-funded activity!