Maumee Valley

Historical Society

Preserving, Protecting and Promoting the history of the Maumee River Valley for nearly 150 years...

Our six acre complex includes:

--The Wolcott House

-The 1902 Historic Monclova Church available for rentals.

-The 1840s one-room Box School House

- The Gilbert-Flanigan Farm House

-The Log House.

-1890s Clover Leaf Depot and Caboose

The Complex is currently closed for the season.

Staff will respond to inquiries for off-season group tours, wedding or rental information.

Please call: 419-893-9602 and a staff member will return your call as soon as possible.

Coming Events:

-419 History Day: Toledo History Comes Alive

Saturday, April 14 from 1:00pm - 5:00pm

at Main Library, McMaster Center

Join the Library, WGTE Public Media, Maumee Valley

Historical Society, local history experts, and historical

organizations in a celebration of the 419.

-Spring Opening: Week of April 2, 2018

New Hours: Saturday and Sunday from 12:00-4:30

Tours at 12:30 and 2:30pm

-Teacher Trip - Courthouses, Counties and Cornfields

July 16 and 17. Click on our teacher page to register.

-2018 Summer Day Camp

Wolcott Wednesdays Beginning June 13th

A fun, interpretative day camp with local history as its focus, for 4th through 6th graders. Features include:

  • Hands on Activities
  • Living History
  • Historic Re-en-actors
  • Make and Take period crafts
  • Fun in the outdoors!

Registration and fee information here!

Wolcott Lecture Series: At the Maumee Library

Location: 501 River Road, Maumee, OH

Time: Thursdays at 10:00am


1 The Battle of Fallen Timbers

Janet Kennedy Rozick, historian

8 Simon Girty

Portrayed by Dave Westrick

15 ISIS – Now What?

Jeffrey Crowther, author

22 William Whitley, the forgotten frontiersman

Frank Kuron, author


1 Too Young to Die – Civil War Boy Soldiers

Dennis Keesee, author

8 General Custer

Steve Alexander, portrayer and author

15 The Hydraulic Canal Through Perrysburg

Gary Franks, author

22 Treasures From the Past

Neil Buttermore, historian

29 History in Stories

Jim Bowsher, historical raconteur

For further information contact :

Judith P. Justus 419-874-6828