Sheridan historic site marks 100 years - KOTA Territory News

Sheridan historic site marks 100 years


A historic KOTA Territory site turns 100 this year and visitors can start celebrating next month.

The Kendrick Mansion at the Trail End Historic Site in Sheridan reopens to the public on April 1.  Senator John Kendrick's family built the home in 1913 and the mansion became a state historic site in 1982.

Site officials say multiple centennial events are planned this year for the state's largest historic house museum.

"We have things throughout the house representative of what it would have been like to live here back in 1913.  The family moved into the house on July 25, 1913 and so on Saturday the 27th, we're going to celebrate that," said site superintendent Cynde Georgen.

The Trail End Guilds hosted a speakeasy fundraising party to benefit the historic site Saturday night at the Black Tooth Brewing Company in Sheridan.

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