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Miamisburg Historical Society [OH]

The Miamisburg Historical Society is dedicated preserving the historical heritage of Miamisburg, Ohio, and the surrounding area. The society owns and operates three local historic structures, the Daniel Gebhart Tavern Museum, which serves as a local history museum, the Market Square Building, which serves as the society headquarters and as the location for the society's research room, and Jacob Kercher Pioneer Home, which is open as a historic house museum.

The society offers guided tours of all three of their historic structures, along with special events. The website offers an events calendar, a brief history of the society, photo galleries of Miamisburg and the society's historic structures, and visitor information.

 
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