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Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina
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Nathaniel Macon, Littleton
Warren County
Marker
May 25, 1923
William Holland Thomas Memorial, Indian Hills
Jackson County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1982
Zebulon Baird Vance, Fletcher
Henderson County
Marker
Oct. 14, 1928
President Hoover Marker, Kings Mountain National Military Park, Blacksburg (SC)
York (SC) County
Marker
Oct. 7, 1931
Jefferson Davis, Fletcher
Henderson County
Marker
Sept. 13, 1931
Andrew Johnson Monument, Carthage
Moore County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1922
Henry Clay Oak, Raleigh
Wake County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1939
George Washington Boulder, Lexington
Davidson County
Marker
Nov. 26, 1926
George Washington and Henry Clay Marker, Wilmington
New Hanover County
Marker
June 9, 1919
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Park and Memorial, Hendersonville
Henderson County
Public Space
Marker
March 12, 2006
Judah P. Benjamin Memorial, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Marker
Oct. 1, 1948
James K. Polk Memorial, Pineville
Mecklenburg County
Marker
Sept. 26, 1904
Andrew Jackson Birthplace, Waxhaw
Union County
Marker
April 12, 1911
Judah P. Benjamin Marker, Fayetteville
Cumberland County
Marker
Sept. 1, 1944
James B. White Memorial, Whiteville
Columbus County
Marker
Feb. 22, 1949
Andrew Johnson Birthplace, Raleigh
Wake County
Marker
Sept. 4, 1928
Governor Benjamin Williams, Carthage
Moore County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1921
Jefferson Davis Camp, Concord
Cabarrus County
Marker
June 3, 1941
Samuel Ashe Memorial, Asheville
Buncombe County
Marker
May 5, 1936
James W. Wilson Memorial, Old Fort
McDowell County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1920
Charles Bruce and James Gillis, Summerfield
Guilford County
Marker
Sept. 29, 1923
"George Washington Stopped Here" Marker, Arcadia
Davidson County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1930