The Eagle County Historical Society is dedicated to the recording and preservation of local history through educational programs, publishing, and maintenance of a museum and archive. Native American culture, mining, ranching, agriculture and recreation have played important roles in our past and continue to impact Eagle County life.
Books are now available for purchase on-line. Go to the Publications section for more information.
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The ECHS Museum is open for the season, May 27 - Sept. 25, daily from 10 am to 4 pm.
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The crew from Eagle Valley Glass used both a lot of muscle and a delicate touch to replace the glass cover on the Gilman mine diorama at the Eagle County History Museum in Eagle.
Thanks to (from left) Dakota King, Tyler Smith, Anthony Martinez, Sean Burwell, Mario Casias and the boss, Ryan Bumgarner. Alpine Bank contributed to the display upgrade. Stop by and take a look.
Other volunteers pictured touching up the exhibit: Bill Jones, Sandy Van Campen, John Bronn
To purchase tickets for the Sunset View Cemetery Tour, click on the button above.
Molly Flynn was one of seven lively children in a family of Irish immigrants whose lives were entwined with the fortunes of the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad. Her sister, Nora, was said to be the first white child born in Eagle. Learn the story of the Flynns and other pioneer families at the Eagle Cemetery Tour on Saturday, Oct. 8. Get your tickets early by clicking the ticket button at right.