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Frances F. Tiernan (Christian Reid), Fletcher
Henderson County
Marker
Sep 21, 1928
The Edenton Tea Pot, Edenton
Chowan County
Sculpture
Jan 1, 1905
Eliza Riddick and Influenza Nurses Plaque, Raleigh
Wake County
Plaque
May 14, 1922
Memorial Fountain to Influenza Nurses, Raleigh
Wake County
Fountain
May 14, 1922
Col. Ezekiel and Polly Slocumb Marker, Dudley
Wayne County
Marker
Apr 10, 1930
Mary Sheffield Dunn Memorial, Wadesboro
Anson County
Marker
Dec 2, 1931
Queen Charlotte of Mecklenburg, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Statue
Jan 1, 1990
Sallie Salter Monument, Elizabethtown
Bladen County
Marker
Jun 23, 1944
Millenium Gate, Greensboro
Guilford County
Arch or Gate
Dec 30, 2000
Elizabeth Blackwell Monument, Asheville
Buncombe County
Sculpture
Jan 1, 1994
Queen Charlotte Walks in Her Garden, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Sculpture
Jan 26, 1989
Nina Simone Sculpture, Tryon
Polk County
Sculpture
Feb 21, 2010
Rebecca Winborne Grave, Maplewood Cemetery, Wilson
Wilson County
Grave
Apr 29, 1921
Sarah P. Duke Gardens Dedication Plaque, Duke University, Durham
Durham County
Plaque
Apr 21, 1939
Edenton Tea Party Plaque, State Capitol, Raleigh
Wake County
Bas-relief
Oct 24, 1908
Martha McFarland McGee Bell Monument, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Marker
Jan 1, 1929
Clio, The Muse of History [Removed], Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Statue
Jul 3, 1909
Monument to North Carolina Women of the Confederacy, Raleigh
Wake County
Sculpture
Jun 10, 1914
Annie Carter Lee Monument, Warrenton
Warren County
Obelisk
Aug 8, 1866
Rebecca of the Well Fountain, Salisbury
Rowan County
Fountain
Jan 1, 1888
Kerrenhappuch Turner Monument, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Sculpture
Jul 4, 1902
Susan Williams Graham Memorial Fountain, UNC (Chapel Hill)
Orange County
Fountain
Jan 1, 1916