We continue to work on photo identification and entering into a searchable database.  Check back for updates.







Please join us on Monday, April 8 at 7pm at the Huron Public Library for our first membership meeting.  This meeting is for all members AND all who wish to join.  All members will be entered into a raffle for a collection of Huron history books, DVDs and prints produced by the society.  The evening will include interactive trivia and maps, will highlight the growth of neighborhoods that led to the village becoming a city and adopting the city manager form of government.

DVD Now Available

March 13th, 2017

The DVD of the living history tour at The Huron Cemetery held October 8, 2016 is now available.  The cost is $15 for members of The Huron Historical Society and $20 for non-members.  A limited number are available so please … Continue reading

Past Issues of the Huron/Erie County Reporter Newspapers Can Be Accessed on the Internet

November 20th, 2013

Issues of the Huron/Erie County Reporter newspapers from 1880 to 1994 have been digitized and are now available on the internet at huron.advantage-preservation.com. The Huron Historical Society, which received a grant from an area foundation, and the Huron Public Library … Continue reading

Jabez Wright: Huron’s Connection to the Underground Railroad

September 27th, 2012

By Lisa Yako of Historical Research Partners   Huron can take pride in having been the home of an amazing pioneer, civic leader, and integral figure in the antislavery movement, Jabez Wright. Wright came from New York to the Firelands with Almon Ruggles … Continue reading

Huron in 2012: Poised for the Future

February 23rd, 2012

By Lisa Yako Huron is on the cusp of some exciting restructuring and revitalization projects.  The year began with the implosion of the buildings at the ConAgra site and will continue with other capital improvements and the creation of plans … Continue reading