Bethel Township Historical Society - Miami County
Dedicated to collecting, displaying, preserving, and interpreting historical articles and materials related to Bethel Township, Miami County.
BETHEL TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY
7080 Palmer Rd.
New Carlisle, Ohio 45344
PHONE: (937) 431-7139
Covington-Newberry Historical Society - Miami County
Maintains a museum which contains historical items and dioramas of the Covington area. See the Fort Rowdy entry under Museums.
COVINGTON-NEWBERRY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
101 E. Spring St.
Covington, Ohio 45318
PHONE: (937) 473-2270
PHONE: (937) 473-3488
PHONE: (937) 676-2561
Elizabeth Township Historical Society - Miami County
Dedicated to promoting interest in the history and cultural heritage of Elizabeth Township, Ohio's only rural historic district. Maintains a museum at the above address; see Museums.
ELIZABETH TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY
5760 Walnut Grove Rd.
Troy Ohio 45373
Tippecanoe Historical Society - Miami County
Purpose is to collect, display, preserve, and interpret historical materials, properties, and articles relating to Tipp City. Maintains a museum of Tipp City history; see Museums.
TIPPECANOE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
20 North Third St.
Tipp City, Ohio 45371
PHONE: (937) 667-4092
Troy Historical Society - Miami County
Dedicated to the preservation of the history of Troy and the surrounding area. Housed in, and provides voluntary staffing for, the Troy-Miami County Library Local History Room. Maintains an extensive Web site containing county genealogical and historical information and sources for further research. Ongoing projects include a survey of barns in the county; collection of histories of properties in the area; and collection of oral histories and memories of residents and veterans of Miami county.
TROY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
100 West Main St.
P.O. Box 401
Troy, Ohio 45373
PHONE: (937) 339-5900
Union Township Heritage Association - Miami County
Operates the Union Township Museum and Quaker Research Center; see Museums.
UNION TOWNSHIP HERITAGE ASSOCIATION
47 North Main St.
West Milton, Ohio 45383
Champaign County Historical Society - Champaign County
The Champaign County Historical Society is headquartered at the Champaign County Historical Museum in Urbana. Its purpose is to promote education on the history of Champaign County and administer the collection, preservation and display of artifacts, documents, and other historical resources from all of Champaign County. Museum hours are Tues 10 - 4; first Sunday of month 1 - 4; groups by appointment.
CHAMPAIGN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
809 East Lawn Ave.
Urbana, Ohio 43078
Arcanum/Wayne Trail Historical SocietY - Darke County
Society members share the common interest of connecting the present to the past by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and disseminating the history of Arcanum. Housed in their newly acquired building at 123 West George St., Arcanum.
ARCANUM/WAYNE TRAIL HISTORICAL SOCIETY
P.O. Box 4
Arcanum, Ohio 45304
Darke County Genealogical SocietY - DARKE COUNTY
Dedicated to promoting genealogical research in Darke county. The Society helps maintain a collection of genealogical and historical materials in the library at the Garst Museum (see Museums). Books and other materials are donated by interested parties and others are purchased by the Genealogical Society. The library houses an extensive surname file of non-book materials, hand-written notes, old photos, obituaries from local papers, names of other researchers, court records, etc. All of the early Court House records have been microfilmed and are available in the Genealogy Room.
Darke County Genealogical Website: http://ohdarke.ohgenweb.net
DARKE COUNTY GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
P.O. Box 908
Greenville, OH 45331-0908
(937) 473-2270, 473-3488, 676-2561
Logan County Historical SocietY - LOGAN COUNTy
Housed in the Orr Mansion at the above address. The Society was formed in 1945 preserve items related to personages instrumental in early settlement of the Northwest Territory prior to the Treaty of Greenville, including Simon Kenton, Chief Blue Jacket, and British Indian Agent Alexander McKee; and industrial development during the canal and railroad era. The Society operates the Logan County Museum; see Museums.
LOGAN COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
521 East Columbus Ave.
Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311
Logan County Genealogical SocietY - LOGAN COUNTY
Housed in the Logan County Museum (above); maintains a library at the Museum containing extensive archives of official and family records.
Library hours: Wednesday 12:30 - 7; Friday 12:30 - 4; Suday 2 - 5
Preble County Historical SocietY - PREBEL COUNTy
The Society is dedicated to preserving and protecting Preble County's heritage, artifacts, memories, and ideas. It provides educational programs and special events; maintains a library and archives; and maintains a number of nature trails. Their office is located in the Sayler-Swartsel House, which, along with additional period structures, provide exhibit areas for their collection; see Museums.
Preble County Genealogical Website: www.linkpendium.com/genealogy/USA/OH/Preble
Preble County Historical Society
7693 Swartsel Rd.
Eaton, Ohio 45320
Fort Loramie Historical AssociatioN - SHELBY COUNTY
Purpose is collecting and preserving historical artifacts associated with the history of the area. Owns and operates the Wilderness Trail Museum; see Museums.
FORT LORAMIE HISTORICAL ASSOCIATION
37 North Main St., P.O. Box 276
Fort Loramie, Ohio 45845
Shelby County Historical SocietY - SHELBY COUNTy
An educational organizational organization whose main purposes are to preserve historical resources, provide educational opportunities, and promote awareness of Shelby County history. Maintains and operates the Ross Historical Center; see Museums.
SHELBY COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
North and Main Streets P.O. Box 376
Sidney, Ohio 45365-0376