The Sullivan County Museum & Sullivan County Historical Society exhibits and archives are located in the historic 1912 Hurleyville School House. This is the premier spot in the county to not only learn about the fascinating history of the area but explore your own personal history as well. The Society maintains both permanent and changing exhibits of historical interest. In addition to newspapers and census records on microfilm, the archives contain marriage and death records, newspaper clippings, family histories, obituaries, maps and much more. Also housed in the Museum are the Frederick A. Cook Society exhibit and archives. A Path Through History attraction.