History Of Montgomery County, Ohio

A look into the history of Montgomery County, Ohio. Montgomery County was officially formed in 1803, but its history began more than a century before!

Dayton/Montgomery County Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Dayton / Montgomery County Convention &Visitors Bureau invites you to visit the Birthplace of Aviation, with all of its diverse offerings. Dayton is the location of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the United States Air Force Museum and IMAX Theatre, the Dayton International Air Show, the National Aviation Hall of Fame, and the International Women's Air and Space Museum.


CITYFOLK is the Miami Valley's traditional and ethnic arts organization. For nearly two decades they have brought southwestern Ohio the finest in traditional music and dance events from around the world and Dayton's own backyard. CITYFOLK also produces the CITYFOLK Festival, which will debut in 1999, presents the Dayton Community Dance and coordinates educational programs -- all showcasing a wide range of artists and reflecting the rich, cultural diversity of the Dayton community.

Antiques, Lodging, Bed &Breakfasts, Specialty Shops and Restaurants in Dayton, Ohio

This web sites lists the Dayton area merchants that are associated with a public history commodity.

Genealogy, Montgomery County, Ohio Home Page

The Genealogical Society of Montgomery County, Ohio was founded in 1974. This site is currently under construction but should be available to researcher in early 1999.

Ohio Historical Society - Local History Notebooks

The "Local History Notebooks" are the technical inserts found within each issue of The Local Historian, the bimonthly newsletter of OAHSM. Each "Notebook" focuses on a different aspect of historical organization operations.

McPherson Town Historical District, Dayton, Ohio
McPherson Town is located along the Great Miami River just north of downtown Dayton. A web site offering a insight into one of Dayton's growing historical districts.


NeighborWeb is your online source for local community information in the south Dayton, Ohio area. Calendar of events for the areas' school districts are listed for community use.

The Ohio Neighborhood Resources Page

The Ohio Neighborhood Resources Page grew out of a two-year long project called the Urban University and Neighborhood Network (UUNN). The UUNN was a cooperative venture of seven urban universities and over 60 neighborhood-based organizations representing the Ohio cities of Akron, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Toledo and Youngstown.

Urban Legends and Folklore

A great web site that tackles and dispells the latest and greatest rumors that float around the news and Internet! Worth a Bookmark!

History of Minster, Ohio

Web site offering the history of Minster, Ohio.

History of the Village of Anna, Ohio

Web site offering the history of the Village of Anna, Ohio.

History of Findlay, Ohio and Hancock County

Findlay, Ohio and Hancock County share a colorful past history. For example, the earliest know settler was a mysterious Frenchman. This site offers the visitor a great insight to the history of this "quaint" area of Ohio.

History of Marietta, Ohio

Web site offering the history of Marietta, Ohio. Although far from Dayton, a historic town worth a visit!

Ohio Drive-In Theatre History

The Ohio Drive-In Fan Club is dedicated to finding out as much information as it can on that wonderful breed of entertainment, the Drive-In Theatre!