The Pittsfield Township Historical Society is dedicated to
preserving and sharing the history of Pittsfield Township and the
traditions of peoples who have lived here and/or traversed the
historical roads -- the old Sauk Trail and Maumee-Saginaw Trail --
which cross in Pittsfield Township.
Once the home of mastodons and buffalo, Pittsfield Township has
been a crossroads of mid-America, from ancient times to modern day,
a heritage that reflects and encapsulates most of the major
transitions of the last 10,000 years. It is this rich heritage that
the historical society works to document, preserve where possible,
and bring alive again for the edification and appreciation of
current and future generations.
The Pittsfield Township Historical Society is a tax-exempt
organization under both federal and state law. All contributions to
the society are tax deductible. The historical society currently is
building an endowment to further the work of the society.
The historical society would appreciate your
participation, contributions of historical documents and
objects, as well as financial contributions to the
endowment. To contact the Pittsfield Historical Society, please
- Emily Salvette, President: email@example.com 734-645-5809
- Al Paas, Vice President: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Betty LeClair, Historian: email@example.com