Nicodemus National Historic Site in partnership with Nicodemus Historical Society invites the public to join them for A Chautauqua Preview to Graham County program to commemorate the start of Black History Month.
The program will occur on February 4th starting at 1:00pm. It will be held at the Nicodemus National Historic Site Visitor Center located at 304 Washington Ave., Nicodemus, KS 67625-3015.
Nicodemus NHS Joins National Find Your Park Movement.
National Park Service encourages Everyone To Find Your Park.
Meet new Community Interpreter, Tina Conway!
Using funding provided through a Cooperative Agreement between the National Park Service and the Nicodemus Historical Society, Tina is the newest hire at Nicodemus National Historic Site. As a Community Interpreter, Tina's presence and interaction with visitors will provide an enhanced experience while visiting Nicodemus.
She is a representative for the community and is a 5th Generation descendant of Emma Williams, who had the first baby born in Nicodemus (1877). Tina is currently being trained by historian and executive director, Angela Bates to tell the community stories. Visitors can hear stories, see historic photos and view the exhibit that is being developed entitled "The People's Story".
Tina started September 26th and is working four day per week: Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Saturdays. Come by and visit her in the Visitor Center between 9:00 am to 4:30 pm CST.
Last updated: January 25, 2017