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Boone Trail Highway Marker (#23), Churchland
Davidson County
Marker
April 30, 1910
Henry Lawson Wyatt Monument, Raleigh
Wake County
Sculpture
June 10, 1912
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Elkville
Wilkes County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Holman’s Ford
Wilkes County
Marker
Jan. 1, 1913
Confederate Monument, UNC (Chapel Hill)
Orange County
Common Soldier Statue
June 2, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Boone
Watauga County
Marker
Oct. 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Hodges Gap, Boone
Watauga County
Marker
Oct. 1, 1913
Confederate Monument, Warrenton
Warren County
Common Soldier Statue
Oct. 27, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Straddle Gap, Vilas
Watauga County
Marker
Nov. 1, 1913
Daniel Boone’s Trail, Cook’s Gap
Watauga County
Marker
May 2, 1914
Confederate Monument, Louisburg
Franklin County
Common Soldier Statue
May 13, 1914
Monument to North Carolina Women of the Confederacy, Raleigh
Wake County
Sculpture
June 10, 1914
Pitt County Confederate Soldiers Monument, Greenville
Pitt County
Common Soldier Statue
Nov. 13, 1914
Thomas Ruffin Monument, Raleigh
Wake County
Statue
Feb. 1, 1915
Confederate Soldiers Monument, Clinton
Sampson County
Common Soldier Statue
May 12, 1916
Nash County Confederate Monument, Rocky Mount
Nash County
Common Soldier Statue
May 14, 1917
Robeson County War Dead 1919 Plaque, Lumberton
Robeson County
Plaque
March 12, 1919
World War One Victory Arch, Kinston
Lenoir County
Arch or Gate
July 4, 1919