| 1035 River Road | This Federal-style home was built in 1830 overlooking the Maumee River.  It began as a one-and-half-story log cabin, built by James Wolcott, a Connecticut emigrant, and Mary Wells Wolcott, the granddaughter of Chief Little Turtle and daughter of William Wells, the great Indian scout and adopted son (and son-in-law) of Little Turtle.  

The Wolcott's purchased 300 acres with money received from the U.S. Government for Mary Wells Wolcott's share of former Miami Indian lands conferred at the Treaty of 1818. Today, this complex is the home of the Maumee Valley Historical Society and represents a broad slice of 19th Century life.