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Jacques MacConnell (James McConnell) Memorial, Carthage
Moore County
Plaque
Jan 1, 1917
James Rogers McConnell Memorial, Carthage
Moore County
Obelisk
Apr 1, 1917
World War I 328th Infantry 82nd Airborne AEF Rock, Fort Bragg
Cumberland County
War Memorial
Jan 1, 1919
WWI Memorial, Winston-Salem
Forsyth County
War Memorial
May 30, 1921
WWI Memorial, Durham
Durham County
War Memorial
Nov 1, 1921
Spirit of the American Doughboy, Nashville
Nash County
Common Soldier Statue
Nov 11, 1921
WWI Memorial, Lexington
Davidson County
War Memorial
Jul 4, 1922
Confederate Memorial, Holly Springs
Wake County
Common Soldier Statue
Oct 26, 1923
Caswell County World War Memorial, Yanceyville
Caswell County
War Memorial
Jan 1, 1925
WWI Doughboy Statue, Goldsboro
Wayne County
Common Soldier Statue
Jan 1, 1925
Iredell County World War I Memorial, Statesville
Iredell County
War Memorial
May 30, 1928
U.S. Army's 30th "Old Hickory" Division in World War I Monument (Old Hickory Highway), Raleigh
Wake County
War Memorial
Sep 29, 1930
House of Memory, Oakwood Cemetery, Raleigh
Wake County
Cemetery
Oct 15, 1936
81st "Wildcat" Division Monument, Raleigh
Wake County
Marker
Oct 10, 1942
Onslow County World War I and World War II Memorial, Jacksonville
Onslow County
Plaque
May 30, 1949
Memorial Bell Tower, NCSU (Raleigh)
Wake County
War Memorial
Nov 11, 1949
Greenfield Lake Veterans Memorial, Wilmington
New Hanover County
Marker
Jul 29, 1950
North Carolina Veteran's Monument, Raleigh
Wake County
War Memorial
May 27, 1990
Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Monument, Fayetteville
Cumberland County
Memorial Arch
Aug 21, 1993
James Dougald McRacken War Memorial, Red Springs
Robeson County
War Memorial
Aug 5, 1994
Freedom Memorial Park Monument to WWI, Fayetteville
Cumberland County
War Memorial
Apr 13, 1999
Lieutenant General John Archer Lejeune Statue, Camp Lejeune
Onslow County
Statue
Nov 9, 2000