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Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina
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City of Lexington, Lexington
Davidson County
Column
Jan. 1, 1928
Wilson County Memorial Fountain, Wilson
Wilson County
Fountain
Nov. 11, 1926
Anson County Memorial Fountain, Wadesboro
Anson County
Fountain
May 20, 1922
General William Lee Davidson Grave, Huntersville
Mecklenburg County
Grave
Sept. 29, 1920
Aaron and Cornelius Tyson, Farmville
Pitt County
Marker
Nov. 2, 1927
Major Benjamin May Marker, Farmville
Pitt County
Marker
Nov. 19, 1925
Boone Trail Highway (# 4), Winston-Salem
Forsyth County
Marker
Oct. 29, 1927
General William Lee Davidson Memorial, Huntersville
Mecklenburg County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1923
Charles Bruce and James Gillis, Summerfield
Guilford County
Marker
Sept. 29, 1923
Martha McFarland McGee Bell Monument, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Marker
Feb. 23, 1929
Granville County Revolutionary War Monument, Oxford
Granville County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1926
Trading Ford, Churchland
Davidson County
Marker
Oct. 19, 1929
Gillespie Gap Monument, Spruce Pine
Mitchell County
Marker
July 4, 1927
General William Davidson Killed, Charlotte
Mecklenburg County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1925
George Reynolds Monument, Guilford Courthouse
Guilford County
Marker
Nov. 23, 1928
Nathaniel Macon, Littleton
Warren County
Marker
May 25, 1923
Col. Thomas Wade, Lilesville
Anson County
Plaque
April 28, 1928
Signers of the Declaration of Independence Plaque, State Capitol, Raleigh
Wake County
Plaque
March 8, 1927
Memorial Tablet to Revolutionary Soldiers, Waynesville
Haywood County
Plaque
Nov. 11, 1922
Abner Nash, New Bern
Craven County
Plaque
June 7, 1923
Richard Dobbs Spaight (Sr.), New Bern
Craven County
Plaque
June 7, 1923
Rowan County Committee of Safety, Salisbury
Rowan County
Plaque
Sept. 15, 1927
Edward Buncombe Plaque, Asheville
Buncombe County
Plaque
May 19, 1923