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Nooherooka Monument, Snow Hill
Greene County
Abstract Sculpture
March 23, 2013
The Eternal Flame, Cherokee
Jackson County
Abstract Sculpture
June 24, 1951
Honorable Chief Junaluska, Maggie Valley
Haywood County
Bust
July 12, 1988
Junaluska Memorial, Robbinsville
Graham County
Grave
Nov. 5, 1910
Gravestone of Chief Chuttahsotee, Franklin
Macon County
Grave
July 30, 1932
Appalachian Indian Road, Buffalo Trail (Boone Trail Highway Marker #136), UNC-Pembroke
Robeson County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1933
Loyal Cherokees, Cherokee
Swain County
Marker
Sept. 29, 1935
Appalachian Indian Road (Boone Trail Highway Marker #59), Lumberton
Robeson County
Marker
April 23, 1933
Old Fort Arrowhead, Boone Trail Highway (#30), Old Fort
McDowell County
Marker
July 27, 1930
Fort Butler Memorial, Murphy
Cherokee County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1970
Tryon Peak Treaty, Tryon
Polk County
Marker
April 30, 1951
African American and Native American Cemetery, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Marker
Oct. 17, 2015
Conestee Lost Settlement, Brevard
Transylvania County
Marker
July 1, 1958
Judaculla Rock, Cullowhee
Jackson County
Marker
None
Indian Trading Path Marker, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Marker
Jan. 1, 2015
Town Creek Indian Mound, Mount Gilead
Montgomery County
Public Space
Jan. 1, 1955
Cherokee Indian Veterans Park, Cherokee
Swain County
Public Space
Jan. 1, 1995
The Gift, UNC, Chapel Hill
Orange County
Public Space
April 20, 2004
Nuya Saligugi (Stone Turtle), Murphy
Cherokee County
Sculpture
Jan. 9, 1982
Sequoyah “Whispering Giant”, Cherokee
Swain County
Sculpture
Sept. 30, 1989
Sauratown Woman Statue, Raleigh
Wake County
Statue
Jan. 1, 2000