Read all about BCHS’s recent findings below.
Spring 2021 Newsletter
Click the link below to view the Spring 2021 BCHS Newsletter. Featured in this issue is the dedication our the arbor, Multi-generational summer program information, new exhibits, and much more!
BCHS Winter 2021 Newsletter
Click the link below to view the Winter 2021 BCHS Newsletter. Featured in this issue is our Annual Report, 2020 Award winners, updates on the “Butler Boys” Flag, and much more!
BCHS Fall 2020 Newsletter
Click the link below to read our Fall 2020 Newsletter. Featured in this issue is our award winning Driving Tours, updates on the Emma Ritchie renovations, The Civil War flag restoration project, and much more!
Virtual Winter Lecture Series
Join us for our Winter Lecture Series via Zoom Meetings. To register please call (513-896-9930) or email (info.bchistoricalsociety.com). Links will be emailed out the day prior to the lecture date.
Topics will be as follows:
January 28th: “Spanish Influenza in Butler County”
February 25th: “George W. White, Butler County Portrait Painter”
March 25th: “Groundhogs, April Fool’s, Mardi Gras, Peeps and the Easter Bunny – What???”
All Programs begin at 7:00 PM
Let Women Vote: Butler County’s Fight for Suffrage
The long struggle to gain the vote for women started in the first half of the 19th Century and ended with the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920. Butler County women joined in this fight at the beginning of the 20th Century. Women’s clubs, church groups, and other staged events organized by local suffrage groups took place all over Butler County. The Butler County Historical Society is proud to recognize these local suffragists, and how they engaged both the local, and national, fight to get women the right to vote. Join us, as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, and visit our exhibit “Let Women Vote: Butler County’s Fight for Suffrage”.
To schedule your free tour of the exhibit, please call 513-896-9930.
Stay Safe Summer Multigenerational Program – Recycling in Pioneer Times
Join us for our second instalment of the Stay Safe Summer Multigenerational Programs. BCHS Docent Ed Creighton, on location from his farm, teaches how recycling was done in the Pioneer times. Click the link below, or access the video from our new YouTube channel. Enjoy!