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The Mayhew Cabin and Peru State College student organizations, Black Student Union and Phi Alpha Theta, co-sponsored the program A Territory during the War Between the States: Nebraska in the Civil War. Part of the programming was funded in part by Humanities Nebraska and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment. Over 10 people attended the class and went on a real paranormal investigation.Over 40 people were in attendance as Volunteer Director Hayes described the important role Nebraska played in the Civil War. The Mayhew Cabin co-sponsored the showing of the National Park Service film John Browns Raid: To Do Battle in the Land at Peru State College. Afterwards, there was a discussion about John Brown and how he is viewed in today's American society. If would like more information about the paranormal group or future paranormal classes, please call 402-416-1148 or email The Mayhew Cabin helped sponsor the first large Civil War Reenactment in Nebraska City in 15 years.
We appreciate the hard work of Cathy Briley and Jim Williams in coordinating this event.
The museum hosted its third annual Paranormal Ghost Hunt Class this past October. The Mayhew Cabin hosted its 10th annual Juneteenth Celebration on Saturday, June 18, from 10 a.m. Over 45 people came to visit with the Civil War Reenactors and living history demonstrators. Fred Nielsen's program Abraham Lincoln, America's Greatest Political Orator, which was sponsored by Humanities Nebraska. Several people came to visit with Arlington High School teacher Barry Jurgensen before he started on his incredible 527 mile walk to Chicago on June 1 (and did arrive on July 2). Jurgensen worked with the Frederick Douglass Family Initiatives to raise money to educate people about modern day slavery (i.e. Barry Jurgensen, Arlington (NE) High School teacher, presented his work with high school students on researching Network to Freedom sites. Over 100 people came to event and enjoyed presentations that included first person programs of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass (performed by Lee Williams and Charles Pace respectively).