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Francis Nash Arch [Removed], Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Arch or Gate
Jul 4, 1906
William Lee Davidson Arch [Removed], Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Arch or Gate
Jul 4, 1906
World War One Victory Arch, Kinston
Lenoir County
Arch or Gate
Jul 4, 1919
Memorial Fountain to Influenza Nurses, Raleigh
Wake County
Fountain
May 14, 1922
Rebecca of the Well Fountain, Salisbury
Rowan County
Fountain
Jan 1, 1888
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Straddle Gap, Vilas
Watauga County
Marker
Nov 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Boone
Watauga County
Marker
Oct 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Cook’s Gap
Watauga County
Marker
May 2, 1914
Temporary Elisha Mitchell Marker, Mt. Mitchell, Burnsville [removed]
Yancey County
Marker
Jan 1, 1922
King's Mountain Monument [Removed], Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Marker
Jul 4, 1903
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Holman’s Ford
Wilkes County
Marker
Jan 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Elkville
Wilkes County
Marker
Jan 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Hodges Gap, Boone
Watauga County
Marker
Oct 1, 1913
Mitchell's Monument, Mt. Mitchell, Burnsville [removed]
Yancey County
Obelisk
Aug 18, 1888
Eliza Riddick and Influenza Nurses Plaque, Raleigh
Wake County
Plaque
May 14, 1922
Robeson County War Dead 1919 Plaque, Lumberton
Robeson County
Plaque
Mar 12, 1919
Memorial to Heroes of the World War, Pittsboro (Removed)
Chatham County
Plaque
May 8, 1922
Hippopotamus Statue, Chapel Hill
Orange County
Sculpture
Jan 1, 1982
Clio, The Muse of History [Removed], Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Statue
Jul 3, 1909