January/February 2007 issue
New Internet Address for 8th Circuit Historical Society
The web site for the 8th Circuit Historical
Society has moved to a new Internet address.
Please update any bookmarks or desktop
shortcuts you may have to this site:
The 8th Circuit Historical Society is a
not-for-profit corporation whose mission is to
preserve and celebrate the rich history of the
federal courts of the seven states that make up
the Eighth Circuit. It is composed of a parent
organization and 11 branches, with one branch
for the court of appeals and one for each district
court in the circuit. The branches act as their
own local historical societies and undertake
exciting projects in court history. To see what
each branch is up to, check out the annual
reports on the web site.
To learn more about the organization as a
whole, access the bylaws, parent annual reports,
and meeting minutes. To find out who
represents your court, access the board of
directors listing or the individual branch page.
To get involved in the Historical Society, just
contact your branch’s representatives!