The Historical Society’s headquarters and museum are located in the house built by Samuel Eldridge in the 1820s, known as the Eldridge-Poots House. The house is located just northeast of the intersection of Ohio State Routes 44 and 303.
The first settlers were Joel & Pamelia Baker with their daughter Caroline. The Baker House Circa 1806 was dedicated in 2016.
The Shalersville Historical Society was dedicated in 2006 during the Shalersville bi-centennial celebration.
Society meetings are held at 7:00 P.M. on the first Thursday of each month at the museum.
Museum Hours are by appointment.
We welcome groups or families for private visits of the museum by calling one of the following people.
Shalersville Historic Society
|Vice President:||Nancy Vines||330-296-4244|
For tours call June Ruehr 330-274-0547 or Carol DeVos 330-626-3636.
The house is located just northeast of the intersection of Ohio State Routes 44 and 303.
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