HERITAGE MUSEM GIFT SHOP
Many novel gift items are available at normal prices. There are books containing Montgomery County and Texas history for adult and student reading. A variety of local cookbooks are also available. Among the books for sale are:
- "Montgomery County: Pictures Of A Dream Coming True" — This pictorial history of the County chronicles our history beginning with the colonization under Stephen F. Austin and continuing until World War II. In its chapters, the book describes why people wanted to come here, where they came from, and how they created such a rich heritage for all of us. Photos and text cover how they worked, worshipped, played, etc. The book contains over 300 photos, making it an ideal gift for anyone who has ties to Montgomery County or to the past. Margaret Ann Simpson, daughter of "Mac" McCullough, is a retired English Professor who returned to her hometown of Conroe about eight years ago. She quickly became involved in many community projects and organizations, one being the Board of Heritage Museum. Her quick wit and her love of people become clear as you read the captions and the narrative of this book. She will be happy to autograph your copy! When you need a gift for someone special or a treat for yourself: drop by the Museum to pick up one of these keepsake books.
"Montgomery County, Texas CSA, and Rebuke and Forever Silence written by local author, Frank Johnson books sell for $18.95 each.
Montgomery County’s Historical Timeline…. Written by local author, Larry Foerster and sell for $20.00
- "Indians and Pioneers in Original Montgomery County", and "March to Destiny" written by Robin Montgomery, Ph.D.
- Copies of The Heritage Museum of Montgomery County Cookbook by Board Members of the Museum is available for sale at $18.00.
- Copies of books written by other local authors are also available
We have a variety of Lone Star Flag and other Texana items for sale in the gift shop.
We have two wonderful ladies who are very talented in arts and crafts. The handmade items are sold in the Texas Gifts Shop. Their latest treasurers are handmade pumpkin for the Fall Season. Can’t wait to see what they design for the Spring. Check back with us for each season is a wonderful surprise for the visitors to the Museum. Again, those proceeds are donated to the Museum. These two ladies are very much appreciated by the Museum Board not only for their donations but their talents and volunteerism. Their names are Martha Lilly and Laney Whiteman, Board Members and Texas Gift Shop Chair and Co-Chair.