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[ Upper Marker ]Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.by Wilbur Lee Mapp1994 [ Main Marker ]Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., planned to speak at Trinity AME Zion Church in Greensboro (a few blocks from here) on April 4, 1968. He canceled his visit to Greensb…
Dedicated in Memory of Dr. Ronald E. McNair1950 - 1986 · Astronaut · Scientist · Humanitarian "A genuine American Hero whocarried the name of A & T StateUniversity magnificently to the far corners of the universe." …
Pioneer in Broadcast Journalismand Guilford County NativeSculpture by Ogden DealCommissioned by Greensboro Chamber of Commerce and Cumberland Development Corporation1970
Chartered in 1891 as a land grant college for blacks. Since 1972 a campus of The University of North Carolina.
World War II fighter pilot. N.C.'s leading ace. Killed in action. Home 1 block east.
Methodist. Begun 1874; reorganized as woman's college, 1926. Named for Lyman Bennett of Troy, N.Y. Campus 2 bl. S.
The first permanent public graded school in N.C. opened in 1875 in a building which stood on this site.
They are all gone now with theirtattered flags and their faded uniforms.Shiloh, Perryville, Murfreesboro, Chickamauga, Lookout Mountain, Missionary Ridge, Resaca, Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Atlanta, Ezra Church, Jonesboro, Franklin, Nashv…
In memoryof theNorth Carolina TroopsunderMajor Joseph Winstonwho were fighting theHessiansand Tarleton's Cavalrynear this spotafter the Continental Linehad retreatedfrom the field of battleMarch the 15th, 1781. [ Right Side of Monument: ]Major …
Here in 1830-31, 64 Methodists led by Peter Doub built the first church in Greensboro. Moving to a second church on West Market Street in 1851, the congregation relocated a third and final time to the third block in 1893. West Market Street's Vict…
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