Auglaize County Historical Society

Auglaize County Historical Society
Auglaize County Historical Society is listed in the Museums category in Saint Marys, Ohio. Displayed below is the only current social network for Auglaize County Historical Society which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Auglaize County Historical Society on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for Auglaize County Historical Society is:
223 S Main St
Saint Marys, OH 45885
(419) 394-7069

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In conjunction with AUGLAIZE COUNTY: IN MOTION, the Historical Society and many of the county's village historical societies and museums remind local residents that they will be open for tours every 4th Sunday of the month from 1 to 4 p.m., May through October. The next 4th Sunday is this weekend, on June 25. The following sites will participate in Sunday's countywide open house: ACHS' Wapakoneta Museum, 206 West Main Street, Wapakoneta; Armstrong Air and Space Museum, 500 Apollo Drive, Wapakoneta; Cridersville Historical Society, 111 West Sugar Street, Cridersville; New Knoxville Historical Society, 107 East German Street, New Knoxville; New Bremen Historic Association's Luelleman House, 120 North Main Street, New Bremen; NBHA's Pape House, 236 North Main Street, New Bremen; and Uniopolis Historical Society, East Ohio Street, Uniopolis. Fort Amanda, State Route 198, will be open as usual. We hope to see you Sunday! (Luelleman House, New Bremen, pictured)

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I would like to invite you to our upcoming program Monday, July 31 at 7 p.m. at St. Jacob’s Lutheran Church in Anna, Ohio. The program is free and open to the public. While this will mainly focus on the German villages of Scherzheim and Lichtenau and the immigrants that settled in Anna, we will talk about the situation in Baden, Germany during the mid 1800s that led so many to come to America. There were are few families from these towns that settled in Pusheta Township in Auglaize County. VISITING GERMAN COUSIN TO PRESENT TALK ON ANNA’S GERMAN ROOTS ANNA, OH – An ocean apart, distant cousins Jörg Bertsch, of Scherzheim, Germany, and Erin Pence, of Anna, Ohio, are uncovering Anna’s German heritage on both sides of the Atlantic. The two will present a talk on “Anna’s German Roots” during Bertsch’s visit to the area. Bertsch will share information and images about the German villages of Scherzheim and Lichtenau and the circumstances that led so many Germans from the Baden and Alsace regions to immigrate to America. The program is presented by the Anna District Historical Society in partnership with the Shelby County Historical Society and will be held Monday, July 31 at 7 p.m. at St. Jacob’s Lutheran Church in Anna, Ohio. The program is free and open to the public. The presentation will focus on why so many people left the regions of Baden, Germany and Alsace, France during the 1800s to start a new life in America. Beginning in the 1830s, the land surrounding Anna, Ohio became the new home of many German immigrants from the villages of Lichtenau and Scherzheim, Germany. Many area families can trace their roots to these two towns including the surnames Accuntius, Bertsch, Billing, Eisenstein, Finkenbine, Fogt, Hansel, Harman, Heiland, Kah, Knasel, Leiss, Losch, Ludwig, Martz, Meyer, Pfaadt, Schiff, Schilling, Stengel, Rohr, Timeus, Wenger, Woehrle, Zimmer and Zimpfer. The Elsass, Hagelberger, and Altermatt families emigrated from the Alsace Region of France, just across the Rhine River from Lichtenau. These families settled the farmland in Dinsmore and Franklin Township in Shelby County and were founding members of St Jacob’s Lutheran Church in Anna. The two are also looking for photographs of people who would have been born in Scherzheim or Lichtenau, Germany and immigrated to America. Images would likely date from 1850s to about 1900. They are also interested in any family stories about the journey from Germany to Anna or documents that tie the early citizens of Anna to their homeland. For more information visit

A great story from the National Trust for Historic Preservation about a nearby landmark:

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Do you recognize any of these structures from a bird's eye view of Wapakoneta?

The dance pavilion at Gordon State Park.