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Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina
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William Lee Davidson Arch [Removed], Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Arch or Gate
July 4, 1906
Francis Nash Arch [Removed], Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Arch or Gate
July 4, 1906
Moores Creek Loyalist Monument, Moores Creek National Battlefield
Pender County
Column
July 29, 1909
Jesse Franklin Grave, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Grave
July 4, 1907
Joseph Winston Grave, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Grave
July 4, 1907
James Morehead Monument, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Marker
July 4, 1901
Col. Ferguson Fell, Kings Mountain National Military Park, Blacksburg (SC)
York (SC) County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1900
Liberty Point Resolves Declaration of Independence, Fayetteville
Cumberland County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1909
Nathaniel Macon, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Marker
July 4, 1902
Russelborough Marker, Winnabow
Brunswick County
Marker
May 5, 1909
David Caldwell Monument, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Marker
July 3, 1909
King's Mountain Monument [Removed], Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Marker
July 4, 1903
Kings Mountain U.S. Monument, Kings Mountain National Military Park, Blacksburg (SC)
York (SC) County
Obelisk
Oct. 7, 1909
Monument to Cornelius Harnett, Wilmington
New Hanover County
Obelisk
May 2, 1907
No North-No South Monument, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Obelisk
July 4, 1904
Howard Monument: Battle of Round Mountain, Columbus
Polk County
Obelisk
Dec. 1, 1908
Edenton Tea Party Plaque, State Capitol, Raleigh
Wake County
Plaque
Oct. 24, 1908
McIntyre Skirmish Memorial, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Pylon
Jan. 1, 1901
Moores Creek Women's Monument, Moores Creek National Battlefield
Pender County
Sculpture
Aug. 15, 1907
The Edenton Tea Pot, Edenton
Chowan County
Sculpture
Jan. 1, 1905
Kerenhappuch Turner Monument, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Sculpture
July 4, 1902