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Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina
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Alamance County War Memorial, Pine Hill Cemetery, Burlington
Alamance County
Column
July 25, 1943
Ashe County Honor Roll to WWI, WWII and Prior Wars, Jefferson
Ashe County
Obelisk
Jan. 1, 1949
Bostic War Memorial Garden, Forest City
Rutherford County
Public Space
Dec. 1, 1944
British Cemetery Marker, Ocracoke
Hyde County
Plaque
Jan. 1, 1942
Catawba County War Memorial, Newton
Catawba County
War Memorial
Aug. 16, 1946
Craven County WWI and WWII Memorial, New Bern
Craven County
Obelisk
Nov. 12, 1944
Fines Creek War Dead, Fines Creek
Haywood County
War Memorial
July 6, 1947
Harnett County Veterans Memorial, Lillington
Harnett County
War Memorial
May 30, 1949
Iredell County War Dead Memorial, Statesville
Iredell County
War Memorial
Nov. 11, 1948
Lenoir County WWI and WWII Memorial, Kinston
Lenoir County
War Memorial
Jan. 1, 1947
Marietta-Oakdale World War II Memorial, Marietta
Robeson County
Marker
Sept. 30, 1947
Mecklenburg County World War Two/Charlotte Quartermaster Depot Memorial, Evergreen Cemetery, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
War Memorial
Dec. 11, 1949
Mooresville War Memorial Center, Mooresville
Iredell County
Public Space
Oct. 14, 1949
Onslow County World War I and World War II Memorial, Jacksonville
Onslow County
Plaque
May 29, 1949
Vance County WWII Memorial, Henderson
Vance County
War Memorial
Jan. 1, 1947
War Memorial Fountain, Sylva
Jackson County
Fountain
Nov. 11, 1949
World War I and II Memorial, Green Hills Cemetery, Asheville
Buncombe County
War Memorial
July 10, 1949
World War II Memorial, Cliffside
Rutherford County
Plaque
Jan. 1, 1943
World War Two and Veterans Memorial, Belmont
Gaston County
Common Soldier Statue
Nov. 1, 1946
World War Two Honor Roll, High Point
Guilford County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1946
World War Two Memorial, Tuxedo
Henderson County
War Memorial
July 4, 1947