Local History Sourcebook


This Local History Sourcebook is a guide to area museums, historical societies, and libraries that offer access to local history-related archives. The Sourcebook will lead you to collections of original documents and photographs, business and government records, books, manuscripts, maps and more. Look inside to discover where you can explore, first-hand, the history of the tri-county region.

Youngstown State University Archives

Wellsville Historical Society

War Vet Museum

Trumbull County Historical Society

Trumbull County Archives

The Youngstown Historical Center of Industry

Struthers Historical Society

Springfield Historical Society

Salem Historical Society small

Salem Historical Society

Public Library of Youngstown

Poland Historical Society

Niles Historical Society

National McKinley Birthplace

Mill Creek Park

Mahoning Valley Railroad

Mahoning Valley Historical Society

Local History Center of the Warren-Trumbull

Hubbard Historical Society

Historical Society of Columbiana

Hanover Township Historical Society

Girard Historical Society

East Palestine Historical Society

Columbiana County Archives

Columbiana Genealogical Society

This program is made possible, in part, by the Ohio Humanities Council, a state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Additional funding is provided by the Kennedy Family Fund, a component of the Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley.  The Community Foundation of the Mahoning Valley is operated exclusively for charitable, educational and scientific purposes which effectively assist and promote the well being of residents of Mahoning and Trumbull Counties.

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