Chatham County Historical Association
Annual Meeting and Program
Chatham County Historic Courthouse
Sunday, February 20th at 2 pm
Everyone is Welcome!
Mark Your Calendar ~ Annual Meeting and Program
North Carolina's Pre-Revolutionary-War Protestors--The Regulators
The 2022 Chatham County Historical Association Annual Meeting will be held at the Chatham County Historic Courthouse on Sunday, February 20th at 2 pm.
The brief annual meeting will be followed by a presentation from Jim Morgan, author of the online guide AmRevNC.com, which explores more than 90 North Carolina sites related to the American Revolution and Regulators. Morgan will discuss the history of North Carolina's pre-war protestors, called Regulators, focusing on Chatham and nearby sites.
Everyone is Welcome to join us and, as always, the presentation is free. Masks are required in county buildings.
Lewis Freeman ~ Free Black Resident of Early Pittsboro
In this exhibit, we share what we know about the life of Lewis Freeman, a free Black resident of early Pittsboro. Freeman owned several Pittsboro lots at the time. His residence is still in use on Salisbury Street.
Vintage Holiday Exhibit
Get in the holiday spirit with this exhibit of vintage holiday decorations and old toys!
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The Museum is open Wed-Fri from 11 until 4:00. Admission is free. We follow state and local directives regarding masks and distancing.
Hackney's Mill ~ Siler City
Photos by Duane Hall
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OUR CHATHAM HISTORICAL MUSEUM IS OPEN
WED, THURS & FRI ~ 11 – 4
IN THE HISTORIC CHATHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE
9 HILLSBORO ST ~ PITTSBORO
Admission is free.
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