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The Hatton-Eielson Museum was incorporated in 1973 by Chairman Guy Thorson and a group of his friends. The group had mutually decided to dedicate the museum in honor of Carl Ben Eielson, one of the most popular citizens of the city of Hatton.

The grand opening ceremony of the museum took place in July 4, 1976, which coincided with the Bicentennial Project of the city. Five years later, the management had been able to purchase the Osking-Eielson House, which continues till today to serve as the museum?s home. At present, the house has already been registered as a National Historic Site. It has also undergone extensive renovation to maintain its original beauty but also add modern amenities for the convenience and comfort of visitors.
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