The history of Oxford, Ohio is rich with heritage. Not only does Oxford feature Miami University, but is also home to the William Holmes McGuffey Museum that exhibits materials relating to William Holmes McGuffey's life. Visitors can also look in to the history of Oxford, Ohio and Butler County at the Smith Library of Regional History, which features special collections chronicling Butler County's communities.
Oxford History & Heritage
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Location: Reily Township
The Indian Creek Pioneer Church and Burial Ground includes a cemetery, established in 1810 that served as final resting place for the area's earliest settlers and a brick meeting house, circa 1829.More Info
Located on Miami University's Historic Western Campus, this outdoor memorial commemorates civil rights workers who trained on the campus of The Western College for Women in preparation for registeringMore Info
The Robert A. Hefner Museum of Natural History features a variety of exhibits, collections and specimens from around the world. Their mission is to teach visitors of all ages about animal biodiversityMore Info