Oxford Area Historical Association
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Welcome

The Oxford Area Historical Association (OAHA), which was founded in 2000 by Dr. Faye Doyle, is a local group of volunteers and members whose mission is to preserve and promote the historical significance of the Oxford Area.  We present monthly programs on a variety of historical topics, record oral histories of long time Oxford residents, and have organized walking tours, co-sponsored reenactor programs in the school district, and arranged trips to historical sites.  In 2014, a new project was launched by OAHA.  An Archives Committee was created to acquire and process documents and objects related to the history of the Oxford Area.  Our Archives Collection is now housed at 140-142 Locust St. 

Mission

The mission of the Oxford Area Historical Association is to preserve and promote the historical significance of the Oxford area, educate the community on historical interests, and to encourage the economic vitality of the Oxford area through historic preservation.

Goals

Maintain and support a building for our Archives collection Continue to develop, expand and process our archival collection of documents and objects related to the Oxford area Develop displays for public access at our Archives site Present eight public programs of local historic interest per year
Continue to cooperate with the Oxford Area School District in presenting programs designed to increase student interest in history Organize a yearly trip to location of historical importance Present OAHA Historic Preservation Achievement Awards Publish written materials on local history Raise adequate funds to support our ongoing programs and archives
Oxford Area Historical Association

Welcome

The Oxford Area Historical Association (OAHA), which was founded in 2000 by Dr. Faye Doyle, is a local group of volunteers and members whose mission is to preserve and promote the historical significance of the Oxford Area.  We present monthly programs on a variety of historical topics, record oral histories of long time Oxford residents, and have organized walking tours, co-sponsored reenactor programs in the school district, and arranged trips to historical sites.  In 2014, a new project was launched by OAHA.  An Archives Committee was created to acquire and process documents and objects related to the history of the Oxford Area.  Our Archives Collection is now housed at 140- 142 Locust St. 
Oxford Area Historical Association
© Copy Right All Rights Reserved OAHA
Website by J&J Enterprise Digital Marketing

Mission

The mission of the Oxford Area Historical Association is to preserve and promote the historical significance of the Oxford area, educate the community on historical interests, and to encourage the economic vitality of the Oxford area through historic preservation.

Goals

Maintain and support a building for our Archives collection Continue to develop, expand and process our archival collection of documents and objects related to the Oxford area Develop displays for public access at our Archives site Present eight public programs of local historic interest per year Continue to cooperate with the Oxford Area School District in presenting programs designed to increase student interest in history
Organize a yearly trip to location of historical importance Present OAHA Historic Preservation Achievement Awards Publish written materials on local history Raise adequate funds to support our ongoing programs and archives