Over a century ago, rabbits were the prized cash crop of Chatham County. Folks in the area had their claim to fame. Many decades later, we live in a little mill house in historic Bynum, North Carolina, just on the banks of the Haw River. Our house was once the home of a mill working family. They played music and the husband was a member of the mill sponsored stringband, The Chatham Rabbits. You can read more about the original band and Bynum here.
We aim to pay respect to the original Chatham Rabbits.