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Viewing this file requires Adobe Acrobat Reader. Click the icon for your free download.     The Culver Citizen is presented by permission of the Pilot News Group for the nonprofit uses of the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver.

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Please join the Antiquarian and Historical Society this Saturday, October 19th for a Historic Hayride and Moonlight Paddle.  The Historic Hayrides will be from 4:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. and will begin and end at the Culver Depot.  Jeff Kenney will narrate the hayrides with interesting facts of Culver’s past. The Moonlight Paddle will be […]

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Lakes don’t want to be lakes.  They were created by nature.  Over time, if not protected, sediment plants and debris will fill them in, and make them land once more. –          Jody Arthur, Indiana Dept. of Enviromental Management (2009)   The Lake Maxinkuckee Environmental Council has been working in our community for over three decades […]

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Check out our NEW set of 8 note cards!  Send out Thank-You’s or Forget-Me-Not’s in high style with vintage images from Culver’s diverse history. They were commissioned by the Antiquarian and Historical Society of Culver, IN and were inspired by a collection of old photos and postcards.  The images were selected by Judy Kimmel Sawhook […]

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 Click a link below to navigate the Culver Citizen historical collection or click here to browse latest additions (sorted by latest posted).  View the 1896 – early 1903 papers under The Culver City Herald here.   [column width=”47%” padding=”6%”] 1903 Culver Citizen newspapers May – July, 1903 August – Oct., 1903 Nov – Dec., 1903 […]

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