The Halifax County Historical Society will have a booth at the Harvest Festival
Annual meeting to be held on Sunday, October 14 at 2:00 p.m. at Bloomsburg
In The News
Annual Meeting to be held on Sunday, October 14 at 2:00 p.m. at Bloomsburg
National Register Homes
A new Section has been added to the Society News!
Currently there are twenty-seven Halifax County properties that have been listed on either or both the Virginia Historic Landmarks Register and the National Register of Historic Places as well as five groups of homes and public buildings designated as “Historic Districts” in Virginia.
One home will be added each month and will include a detailed description and photographs of the exterior and interior, if available.
The Halifax County Historical Society invites you to become a member for the upcoming year. The Society’s mission is to bring together those interested in preserving historical facts, artifacts, and structures in our county. Members receive the quarterly Bulletin, a publication having articles and information pertaining to historic events, sites, and happenings. The Society sponsors lectures and activities relating to history and preservation and publish various books and other materials from court records, family papers, and other sources.
A new page has been added to "About the Society". "Bulletin Briefs" will spotlight an excerpt from past Bulletins so that potential members can see the interesting articles included. And for current members, we will provide a sneak preview of an upcoming Bulletin article.
New Publication - Halifax County Prisoners of War
The Halifax County Historical Society announces its 2017 ornament—Century Cotton Mills Tower
The HCHS has acquired the Chaffin House at 110 Mountain Road in Halifax, Virginia.
Cotton Mills Tower Memorial Bricks
The Society recently announced that their annual ornament was the historic Cotton Mills Tower. They almost sold out in 1 day and if you have not purchased your ornament by now, they are essentially gone. No more will be produced. But you have not lost your chance to remember the iconic landmark.