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Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina
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North Carolina's First Town, Bath
Beaufort County
Marker
Feb. 1, 1919
Fort Johnson Marker, Southport
Brunswick County
Marker
May 23, 1911
Daniel Boone and Nathanael Greene, Lexington
Davidson County
Marker
Dec. 1, 1918
Boone Trail Highway Marker (#23), Churchland
Davidson County
Marker
April 30, 1910
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Shallow Ford
Forsyth County
Marker
Nov. 8, 1913
Tryon Resolves, Christian Mauney, Tryon Courthouse, Lord Cornwallis Camp, Bessemer City
Gaston County
Marker
March 19, 1919
Fort Dobbs, Statesville
Iredell County
Marker
Nov. 3, 1910
Liberty Hall College Memorial, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Marker
Nov. 4, 1913
First Albemarle Assembly, Elizabeth City
Pasquotank County
Marker
June 11, 1910
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Straddle Gap, Vilas
Watauga County
Marker
Nov. 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Cook’s Gap
Watauga County
Marker
May 2, 1914
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Zionville
Watauga County
Marker
Nov. 7, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Hodges Gap, Boone
Watauga County
Marker
Oct. 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Boone
Watauga County
Marker
Oct. 1, 1913
John Lawson Memorial, Goldsboro
Wayne County
Marker
June 3, 1915
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Elkville
Wilkes County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Wilkesboro
Wilkes County
Marker
May 23, 1914
Boone Trail Highway Marker (#8A), North Wilkesboro
Wilkes County
Marker
Oct. 27, 1917
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Holman’s Ford
Wilkes County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Huntsville
Yadkin County
Marker
Oct. 12, 1913
Boone Trail Highway Marker (#14), East Bend
Yadkin County
Marker
Oct. 26, 1917
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Yadkinville
Yadkin County
Marker
Oct. 29, 1913