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Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina
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World War I and World War II Memorial, Taylorsville
Alexander County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1950
World War II Dead, Avondale
Rutherford County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1950
Cleveland County World War II Memorial, Shelby
Cleveland County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1950
Four World War Two Aviators, Ivanhoe
Bladen County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1950
E.E. Smith Memorial, Fayetteville State University, Fayetteville
Cumberland County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1950
Surry County Confederate Dead Monument, Oakdale Cemetery, Mount Airy
Surry County
Marker
Jan. 30, 1950
Biltmore Forest School, Dr. C.A. Schenck Memorial, Pisgah Forest
Transylvania County
Marker
May 30, 1950
Greenfield Lake Veterans Memorial, Wilmington
New Hanover County
Marker
July 29, 1950
Lt. Colonel James Hawthorn, Kings Mountain National Military Park, Blacksburg (SC)
York (SC) County
Marker
Oct. 7, 1950
Camden County Veterans Monument, Camden
Camden County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1951
Captain Reid R. Morrison and Battery F, Mooresville
Iredell County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1951
Tryon Peak Treaty, Tryon
Polk County
Marker
April 30, 1951
Captain William Moore, Asheville
Buncombe County
Marker
Oct. 31, 1954
WWI, WWII and Korean War Memorial, Greenville
Pitt County
Marker
May 30, 1955
Greenview Cemetery Memorial to Confederate Soldiers, Reidsville
Rockingham County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1956
Henderson County Revolutionary Soldiers, Hendersonville
Henderson County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1956
First Gaston County Courthouse Marker, Dallas
Gaston County
Marker
March 29, 1957
Elizabeth Patton Crockett, Swannanoa
Buncombe County
Marker
April 4, 1957
Conestee Lost Settlement, Brevard
Transylvania County
Marker
July 1, 1958
Western Carolina Baptist Convention, Hendersonville
Henderson County
Marker
Aug. 5, 1958
Pearl Harbor Memorial, Wilmington
New Hanover County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1959