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Where Douglas history comes to life.

We are open for visitors

Stepping into the Douglas-Williams House is stepping into history. Exhibits include images and artifacts highlighting local heroes, life in the area, the impact of the mining industry, and much more.

Visitation Hours:

Wednesdays and Saturdays: 12pm to 4pm

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See our current featured exhibit: Camp Harry J. Jones and Douglas during World War I

Who we are

We are history, a house, and more.


See our gallery of images that date back over a century.

Douglas Fun Fact

Amelia Earhart and many famous female pilots had flown into Douglas Municipal Airport as part of the "Powderpuff Derby" air race from Santa Monica, CA to Cleveland, OH.

Douglas Fun Fact

In 1916, the Mexican revolutionary leader Pancho Villa threatened to attack Douglas, believing Americans responsible for his defeat at the Second Battle of Agua Prieta.

Get involved - 
Keep our history alive.


Museums are critical to the education of youth, and the memorializing of important events. Your donation will help keep history alive.


Opportunities for you to lend your talents are endless. From scanning photos, documenting artifacts, and welcoming visitors. Your volunteerism will make a difference.

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