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Alamance County North Carolina

Business Research Librarian

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Betty Garrison
Belk Library Room 118
(336) 278-6581

Local History

Historical Societies & Historical Collections

Online Collections

Historical Museums

Textile Heritage Museum

The museum tells the history of textiles in Alamance County and includes among it's exhibits machinery, mill village life displays and a company store exhibit.

The museum is located at 2406 Glencoe Street, Burlington, North Carolina.

Alamance County Historical Museum

The former Holt Plantation home is now the Alamance County Historical Museum.  There are period rooms with mid-nineteenth century furnishings and permanent exhibits and revolving exhibits featuring clothing, housewares and textiles, military items, Native American artifacts and transportation.

The museum is located at 4777 NC Highway 62 South, Burlington, North Carolina.

Haw River Museum

Haw River's textile industry and the town life of Haw River are represented in photographs and displays of artifacts.

The museum is located at 201 E. Main Street in Haw River, North Carolina.

Graham Historical Museum

Features historical artifacts and exhibits related to Graham and its history.

The museum is located 135 W. Elm Street in Graham, North Carolina.