Livingston County Historical Society's Local History Exhibit

The Livingston County Historical Society protects and preserves our local history. The dedicated volunteers of the society work collaboratively to maintain 3 historic homes: The Jones House, the Yost House Museum, and the Strevell House, as well as working on other history-related projects.  

The Historical Society maintains a small exhibit inside the Livingston County Courthouse.  On display are artifacts dating back to prehistoric times, as well as many items from Native-American cultures that inhabited the area, and items representative of the earliest days of settlement.  The items on display represent only a small portion of the Society's collection.   For more information on our local history, visit our Historical Overview pages.
Livingston County Museum

Fossil of Fern - found locally

Fern Fossil Found Locally

Arrow Points found in area

Arrow Points found locally

Stone Axe Head

Stone Axe Head
Location, Exhibit Hours & Admission

The Society has a small museum located inside the Livingston County Courthouse.  The courthouse may be entered from doors on all four sides of the building.  The history exhibit is located on the first floor, near the north doors.

The exhibit is open Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. 

The exhibit is open to the public and admission is free.

Exhibit Artifacts
The Historical Society Exhibit contains artifacts from the area that date back to prehistoric days, as well as materials from the early days of settlement.