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Carolina Power & Light Car Barn & Automobile Garage Built 1925 Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places
First Chief Justice of N.C. Supreme Court, 1819-1829; author of numerous legal works. Grave is ½ mi. E. Home is 1 mi. S.W.
State Bank of North Carolina, chartered in 1810, cornerstone laid in 1813, first president, Colonel William Polk, made his home in the building. Renovated, and is now being used by state employees' credit union
Organized January 21, 1816 First building on this site dedicated February 7, 1818 Present building dedicated September 16, 1900 Sanctuary remodeled 1956
Estey Hall has ben listed on National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior
Educator, orator, & early black feminist. Graduate, St.Augustine's. Author, A Voice from the South (1892). Grave 2½ blks. S.
Dedicated to the patriotism and valor of the more than three thousand four hundred employees of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad who served in the Armed Forces of their country in World War II and to the imperishable memory of those who died in …
Authorized 1849, largely through work of Dorothea L. Dix, crusader for better care of the mentally ill. 500 yards southwest.
Governor, 1941-45: U.S. Senator, 1948-49. Member, General Assembly, 1927, 1929. Home was two blocks west.
(side 1) North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts required daily military drills, and when the U.S. entered World War I, hundreds of students and alumni enlisted. Thirty-four alumni died in military service. The idea for a monum…
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