Pearl Harbor Exhibit Opens This Month At DCHS

1/2/12 – The first exhibit of the New Year at the Dodge County Historical Society is all about Pearl Harbor. Historical Society President Glen Link says the traveling exhibit from the National World War II Museum is entitled “Infamy” and includes photographs and stories detailing that fateful day when the Japanese attacked the US naval base in Hawaii. More than twenty-four-hundred (2400) Americans were killed at Pearl Harbor and over eleven-hundred (1100) were wounded. The exhibit opens Wednesday, January 18 and will be on display for six weeks. The Doge County Historical Society is located at 105 Park Avenue in Beaver Dam, right next door to the new police station, and is open Wednesday through Saturday from 1pm to 4pm.