P.O. Box 199, Warsaw, Ohio 43844740-824-4000
Note: Pictured here is the current home of the Walhonding Valley Historical Society Museum.
Main Street, Warsaw, Ohio
Links of Interest in Coshocton County, Ohio
Warsaw, Ohio located in the picturesque Walhonding Valley of western Coshocton County is a unique blend of small town warmth and values. Proud of our past and a progressive attitude towards the future.
The Village of Warsaw was founded in 1834 and by present status is a statutory village under the Ohio Revised Code.
The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum opened to the public on May 8, 1931. Its collections originate from a bequest by Coshocton natives David M. and John H. Johnson to the city of Coshocton as a memorial to their Johnson and Humrickhouse ancestors. These native-born brothers settled on the West Coast and traveled abroad where they collected American Indian, European and Asian artifacts. Their primary collections consisted of American Indian baskets and beadwork; Asian fine and decorative arts and weaponry; and European and American ceramics, glassware, and textiles. JHM's collections have grown through donations, primarily in areas of local history and pre-historic Ohio Indian tools and points.
Designed by Lawrence Hettinger.