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Billy Strayhorn | G-125
in North Carolina Historical Markers
Located on US 70 Business/NC 86 (Churton Street) at Eno River in Hillsborough
posted by: 3newsomes
location: North Carolina
date approved: 10/5/2010
last visited: 10/3/2010
Regulators Hanged | G-23
Located on US 70 Business/NC 86 (South Churton Street) in Hillsborough
Country Doctor Museum | E-82
Located on US 264 Business (Dean Street) in Bailey
date approved: 8/30/2010
last visited: 9/21/2013
Falls of the Tar Church | E-88
Located on NC 43/48 (Falls Road) at Hunter Hill Road in Rocky Mount
date approved: 8/25/2010
last visited: 4/26/2013
P.T. Barnun | E-61
Located on US 301 Bypass at Airport Road in Rocky Mount
Lafayette | E-31
Located on NC 43/48 (Falls Road) at Tar River bridge in Rocky Mount
last visited: 8/11/2013
Rocky Mount Mills | E-7
Felix Walker (P26)
member Congress, 1817
posted by: TheGeoGnomes
date approved: 8/9/2010
last visited: 9/23/2014
The Tryon Horse
This historic marker is located next to the replica of the Tryon Horse. The marker and horse is located at the intersection of Trade and Oak Streets.
posted by: Hawaiian Ninja
date approved: 8/4/2010
last visited: never
Hoophole Creek - C 62
Historical Marker in Atlantic Beach, North Carolina.
posted by: 79scouts
date approved: 7/29/2010
last visited: 7/28/2013
Camp Glenn - C 63
North Carolina Historical Marker - Camp Glenn - C 63
last visited: 7/22/2014
Shaws Creek Church and Camp Grounds (P62)
This was the site of an old church.
posted by: ChapterhouseInc
date approved: 7/26/2010
last visited: 7/8/2010
A S Merrimon (P15)
One of many historic figures who lived in the region.
Wade Hampton (Q1)
One of many historic markers about residents of the area.
Thomas Harbison (Q55)
Another famous botanist and educator lived here after 1886.
Silas McDowell (Q50)
The originator of the thermal belt concept lived near here.
An Indian Mound marking the spot of a township.
last visited: 7/22/2012
Pottery Clay Q36 - Cowee, NC
Local white clay was used to make early Wedgewood china in England
posted by: vhasler
date approved: 7/19/2010
Wake Forest College Birthplace H-75
A marker describing the early histoy of Wake Forest College and the Calvin Jones house.
posted by: LJParr
date approved: 7/7/2010
last visited: 8/4/2013
C. C. CRITTENDEN H-105
C. C. Crittenden was secretary of the North Carolina Historical Commission for 34 years.
date approved: 7/6/2010
General Paul R. Younts Expressway
This marker can only be access from Northbound I-77 by exiting the rest stop pulloff before Exit #2. Marker is located on the righthand side of the exit ramp as you are exiting.
date approved: 6/2/2010
last visited: 2/25/2012
L-107 Steele Creek Church
This marker is located at the corner of the street leading up to Steele Creek Church.
last visited: 6/6/2012
Fort Fisher Confederal Memorial Marker
Located at the site of the Fort Fisher Monument to the Confederate Soldiers. This was the location of Fort Hedquarters.
date approved: 5/3/2010
last visited: 11/10/2012
Bromine Extraction - D98
A former plant here was an innovator in the field of bromine extraction.
date approved: 4/16/2010
last visited: 1/12/2013
Franklin Square 'The Grove' - Southport, NC
This historic city park was dedicated to a former governor and has been the site of many historic events.
last visited: 4/8/2010
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