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Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina
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Cabarrus Black Boys Fountain, Concord
Cabarrus County
Fountain
June 22, 1916
Tuscarora War and Lord Granville Marker, Snow Hill
Greene County
Marker
March 24, 1928
John Lawson Memorial, Goldsboro
Wayne County
Marker
June 3, 1915
John Lawson Marker, Bath
Beaufort County
Marker
March 8, 2005
Captain Benjamin Merrill, Lexington
Davidson County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1981
Tower Hill Marker, Kinston
Lenoir County
Marker
May 28, 1914
Fort Dobbs, Statesville
Iredell County
Marker
Nov. 3, 1910
Gillespie Gap Monument, Spruce Pine
Mitchell County
Marker
July 4, 1927
Fort Dobbs Marker, Statesville
Iredell County
Marker
Nov. 11, 1940
Daniel Boone and Nathanael Greene, Lexington
Davidson County
Marker
Dec. 1, 1918
Aaron and Cornelius Tyson, Farmville
Pitt County
Marker
Nov. 2, 1927
Battle of Alamance Monument, Alamance Battlefield
Alamance County
Obelisk
May 29, 1880
Ashe County Honor Roll to WWI, WWII and Prior Wars, Jefferson
Ashe County
Obelisk
Jan. 1, 1949
The Regulator Monument, Hillsborough
Orange County
Plaque
April 1, 1963
Historic Events in Pasquotank County, Elizabeth City
Pasquotank County
Plaque
None
Old Fourth Creek Burying Ground Memorial Wall, Statesville
Iredell County
Wall
May 10, 1934
Colonial Column (Battle of Alamance), Burlington
Alamance County
War Memorial
July 4, 1901
Old Brickell Cannon, Greenville
Pitt County
Weaponry
Oct. 29, 1976