Help Preserve Caroline County's Rich Heritage

The CCHS depends on your generous contributions to continue to promote and protect Caroline County’s rich heritage. Funds are used to operate the Museum of Rural Life, sustain our programming, and restore and maintain historically significant structures throughout Caroline County.

You can contribute by applying for Society membership.  Download our membership application here.

Watch for our online donation widget to sustain CCHS with small monthly donation.  Coming soon!  

Or contact us for other options to support CCHS.

Castle Hall Saved

Castle Hall Saved

Castle Hall in Goldsboro (c. 1781) was dark, vacant, neglected, and deteriorated, with ongoing vandalism that included broken doors, graffiti-sprayed walls and hundreds of smashed window panes, once-proud Castle Hall with the finest colonial woodwork in Caroline sat...

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Circa 1829 Slave Dwelling Discovered

Circa 1829 Slave Dwelling Discovered

The Society was offered an “old shed used as a meat house and granary”, but what we discovered had a lot more history: A one-room dwelling that our architectural consultant said was originally a slave dwelling, our dendrochronologist dated to 1829, and court records...

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