Boone Trail Tablet, Salisbury
BOONE TRAIL 1769 / FROM THIS TOWN / RICHARD HENDERSON IN BEHALF / OF HENDERSON AND COMPANY / DESPATCHED DANIEL BOONE, / JOHN FINDLAY, JOHN STUART, / JOSEPH HOLDEN, JAMES MOONEY, / AND WILLIAM COOLEY TO EXPLORE / THE WILDERNESS OF Kentucky. / ERECTED BY / ELIZABETH MAXWELL STEELE CHAPTER / D.A.R.
July 4, 1914
35.667670 , -80.469820 View in Geobrowse
"Grubb Building, Salisbury, N.C." in Durwood Barbour Collection of North Carolina Postcards (P077), North Carolina Collection Photographic Archives, Wilson Library, UNC-Chapel Hill Link
“Salisbury Celebrates the Fourth of July in Most Approving Manner,” Salisbury Evening Post (Salisbury, NC), July 4, 1914
Elizabeth Maxwell Steele Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution
Governor Locke Craig and Dr. Archibald Henderson of the University of North Carolina were the featured dedication speakers.
The memorial tablet is located on the Main Street front of the Plaza Building at the corner of W. Innes Street and N. Main Street in Salisbury, NC. It was originally known as the Grubb Building or Wallace-Grub Building.