Noble County, Ohio

Historical Society


Noble County Historical Society

The Noble County Historical Society is a non-profit group preserving Noble County, Ohio's history for the future. At the present time the group is working on the restoration of the "old" Noble County Jail to be made into a museum and information center.The original cells on the first floor are to remain. We also care for Heritage Park at Noble County Fairgrounds that include relocated covered bridge, one room school, church, and log cabin. We are also active with the Noble County Tourism in preserving the other covered bridges in Noble County, site of USS Shenandoah Crash, site of First Oil well in North American, and site of a narrow gauge railroad (with a flag station and original caboose).


At this time the following reprinted books are for sale:

Noble County Illustrated Atlas with maps of Noble County in 1876 and illustrations of various sites.$35.50

History of Noble County by L. H. Watkin with index - $50.00 (Offical history of Noble County)

Martin's History of Noble County, 1904 with index $30.00

Johnny Appleseed in Duck Creek Valley (26 page paperback)
$3.50 plus $1.00 P&H

Also available are books on the USS Shenandoah History:

All above books unless listed are $7.00 Postage and handling.

Satin Christmas balls $5.00 plus $1.00 P&H
(Balls-Caldwell House or Log Cabin at Heritage Park )

Noble County Sesquicentinnel Tile with frame $20.00


Membership in the Noble County Historical Society with the year from June to May 31 is

If you need more information on the Society, please contact:

Noble County Historical Society
PO Box 128
Caldwell, Ohio 43724

noblecohistorical@email.com

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