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Captain of Confederate cruiser "Florida" and ironclad "Albemarle." With U.S. Coast Survey, 1842-1858. Blockade runner; Grave 14 blks. N.E.
1st known black physician with an M.D. degree in N.C. Practiced 1878-89. Home and office stood one block north.
Est. in 1852. Includes graves of Confederate leaders, officers, and soldiers, & victims of yellow fever epidemic. Six blocks N.
English on left
Against the odds
Many blockhouses were built in North America, but few have survived. Why is this one still here? Throughout the 19th century the St. Andrews Blockhouse was used for storage and occasionally as a barracks by the mil…
This marker consists of two side-by-side plaques, one in English and the other in French.English:
The West Point Blockhouse and a battery were erected by the townspeople of St. Andrews at the outbreak of the War of 1812-14 in anticipation of a sea…
Editor and humorist, creator of "Simon Suggs" and other characters of the Southern frontier. Born in this city, 1815.
Founded in 1947 by New Hanover County. The forerunner of UNC Wilmington operated until 1961 in Isaac Bear Elementary School, which stood 75 feet south.
Longest railroad in the World when completed in 1840. Length 161-½ mi. Terminus was 4 blocks W.
Crusader for education. President, UNC, 1896-1900; Tulane, 1900-04; Virginia, 1904-31. This was his birthplace.
Congregation formed in 1865. Present church constructed 1880 on land donated by Geo. Peabody. Located 2 blocks east.