Huron Historical Society
333 Williams Street, P O Box 222, Huron, Ohio 44839
(419) 433-5009
Facebook: The Huron Historical Society
email: [email protected]

Huron, Ohio is located on the southern most point of Lake Erie, midway between Toledo and Cleveland, Ohio. Since 1838, Huron has been a part of Erie County. Prior to 1838, it was a part of Huron County.
In 2003, the reorganized Huron Historical Society began leasing space from the newly expanded and renovated public library. Today, the Huron Historical Society’s mission is to acquire, preserve, interpret, study, maintain and exhibit historical documents, photographs and other materials relating to the history and progress of the Huron community. Members and visitors are able to conduct research in the society’s office and programs of historical significance to Huron and the Firelands are offered during the year.
The Society is located on the lower level of the Huron Public Library, 333 Williams Street, Huron, OH 44839

Huron Township 1900 series:
Huron Township 1920-1986 series:
These maps overlap in dates.

DVDs available at the Huron Library or for sale by the Huron Historical Society:
Downtown Interrupted: Huron’s Urban Renewal Experience
Huron: My Hometown, a Series of Oral Histories
Legacy of the Huron Docks
Kathy Muehlhauser Moore and Judy Ryan, Not to be Forgotten Times: Huron, A Great Lakes Port, Huron Historical Society, 2003.
Kathy Muehlhauser Moore and Judy Ryan, Huron: A Village Comes of Age, Huron Historical Society, 2006.

HISTORIC MARKERS – There are 15 Historic Markers in Huron area. View them HERE.