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Oberlin Heritage Center members receive a 10% discount on online (and in person) museum store purchases. Educator level members receive 15% discount on in-store purchases. To shop in person, visit our Museum Store in the Monroe House from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday.

Check out our Clearance Section to find more books priced at 40% off.

Bonnets to Boardrooms: Women’s Stories from a Historic College Town

Child of the Fire: Mary Edmonia Lewis and the Problem of Art History’s Black and Indian Subject

Citizen-General: Jacob Dolson Cox and the Civil War Era

Comix With Content: Freedom Train

Comix With Content: Honest Abe

Comix With Content: Reconstruction Junction

Comix With Content: Slavery's Storm

Comix With Content: The Civil War, Vol. 1

Comix With Content: The Civil War, Vol. 2

Comix With Content: Wonder Women

Comix With Content: World War 1

Comix with Content: World War 2 Tales

Elusive Utopia The Struggle for Racial Equality in Oberlin, Ohio

Father Jake Austin Mysteries (Books 1 - 4)

Father Jake Austin Mystery (Book 1): Deros

Father Jake Austin Mystery (Book 2): Miracles

Father Jake Austin Mystery (Book 3): Absolution

Father Jake Austin Mystery (Book 4): Bedeviled

Five for Freedom The African American Soldiers in John Brown's Army

Fully Equal to the Situation

Investing in Community: The History and Legacy of the Nord Family of Ohio

James Monroe: Oberlin's Christian Statesman & Reformer, 1821-1898

John Mercer Langston and the Fight for Black Freedom

My Oberlin History and Adventure Book

Oberlin Architecture

Oberlin History: Essays and Impressions

Oberlin, Hotbed of Abolitionism

Oberlin: Origins and Onward!

Sarah Margru Kinson: The Two Worlds of an Amistad Captive

The Sword and the Broom

The Town that Started the Civil War

The Wright Sister: Katharine Wright and her Famous Brothers

They Stopped in Oberlin

Westwood: A Historical and Interpretive View of Oberlin's Cemetery

When Oberlin Was King of the Gridiron