Comanche Crossing Historical Society

The Comanche Crossing Historical Society (CCHS) was incorporated on April 22, 1969, by a small group of visionary residents with a love of local history and a desire to promote and preserve that history for future generations.

The stated purpose of the CCHS is to promote public interest in the historical background of Adams, Arapahoe and surrounding counties; to collect, preserve and display items of historical interest; to investigate, perform research and publicize matters of local historical interest; and for related educational purposes.

CCHS Membership is open to all.  Both annual and lifetime memberships are available.  For information on membership in the Society, go to the "Contact Us" link on our Home Page.

 

Become a Museum Volunteer!

The CCHS Museum is operated by dedicated Volunteers.  Our family of active, interested and enthusiastic Volunteers lead Museum tours, help maintain the facilities and grounds, and organize and conduct history-related educational programs.  There is a "job" for everyone from age 10 to 100.  To join our group of wonderful volunteers, go to the "Contact Us" link on our Home Page, or come to the Museum and visit with us.  Help preserve our history and our heritage!

 

Publications

The following publications are available through the Museum's Gift Shop or by mail (prices shown do not include postage).  All proceeds go toward supporting Museum activities: