WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH
Follow us on our Chatham Historical Museum Facebook Page
for posts highlighting some of Chatham's remarkable women
~ Coming Up ~
Saturday, March 25
~ Smokehouse Dedication 12:30pm and Open House 10am to 2pm
Chatham County Ag Fest
Agriculture and Conference Center
Sunday, April 2
~ Reclaimed from the Flames 2pm
and Open House noon to 4pm
to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the reopening of the Historic Chatham County Courthouse and Chatham Historical Museum. Or, join us by Zoom.
VOLUNTEER WITH US!
IN THE MUSEUM
IN THE GALLERY
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 Chatham Geology Exhibit to learn about the bedrock, landscape, soils, groundwater, mining and energy resources in the county.
Photos of April 2022 Geology Hands-On
Fourth Grade Field Trips to the Historic
Chatham County Courthouse and Museum
Voices of Chatham
Oral History Project
The Museum is open Wed-Fri from 11 until 4:00. Admission is free. We follow state and local directives regarding masks and distancing.
little bits of Chatham County history
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TO OUR PAGES
Chatham County Cemetery Census
Local History Clipping File Index
African-American Funeral Programs
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
Early Free People of Color in Chatham County
Letter from Thompson School 1891
Siler City Farmer’s Alliance Store
Lamont Norwood WWII ~ Dear Mother
Since Then: A Short Illustrated History of Pittsboro
Siler City 1910 from the Siler City Grit
General Store at St Lawrence Post Office
Apprenticeships Involving Free Children of Color
Local History Acquisitions at Chatham Community Library
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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