IN THE MUSEUM
CHATHAM COUNTY GEOLOGY ~ THE LAND WE'RE ON
Geology is the study of the earth’s physical structure. The land we’re on—its shape, soils, minerals, water tables—has profound effects on our lives and our history.
Visit our museum to learn about the bedrock, landscape, soils, groundwater, mining and energy resources in the county.
Chris Palmer's detailed Outline of Chatham Geology is available here on our website.
Geology Exhibit ~ Summer 2022
Chatham County's rocks, soils, minerals,
mines and mining.
The Museum is open Wed-Fri 11 to 4 and First Sundays noon to 4. Admission is free.
Make Chatham history a part of your summer!
The Museum is open Wed-Fri from 11 until 4:00. Admission is free. We follow state and local directives regarding masks and distancing.
Construction of Carbonton Dam
Deep River 1921
TO OUR PAGES
OUR CHATHAM HISTORICAL MUSEUM IS OPEN
WED, THURS & FRI ~ 11 – 4
IN THE HISTORIC CHATHAM COUNTY COURTHOUSE
9 HILLSBORO ST ~ PITTSBORO
Admission is free.
ON OUR WEBSITE
NEW CHATHAM HISTORY CONTENT
The Chatham County Historical Association is an all-volunteer organization devoted to collecting, preserving, and sharing the history of Chatham County through exhibits, tours, publications, research, and educational and community outreach programs. More about Who We Are.
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