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  • Subject (Images): Historical markers
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    • Great Smoky Mountains Masonic Marker

    • 1938-07-11
    • The Grand Lodge of Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of North Carolina
    • Masonic shrine at the Black Camp Gap entrance to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park established by the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters in North Carolina at the location of the Special Summer Assembly. T. Troy Wyche organized the...
    • Constitution House in Halifax

    • 1951-02-11
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Constitution House with Highway Marker E-3, which reads: "Independence - Halifax Resolves. First State Sanction of Independence and first N.C. Constitution adopted in this house. 1776."
    • Smith Grove Campground

    • 1960; 1961; 1962; 1963; 1964; 1965; 1966; 1967; 1968; 1969
    • Davie County Public Library
    • Smith Grove Church grew out of the camp meetings held at the old Whitaker church, built on the east side of Dutchman's Creek in 1780.
    • Confederate Monument

    • 1968-09-17
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image is 3 contact sheet photos of figure and empty pedestal on Confederate Monument in Battle Park.
    • Confederate Monument

    • 1968-09-17
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image is 3 contact sheet photos of closeups of figures on Confederate Monument in Battle Park.
    • Confederate Monument

    • 1968-09-17
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image is 3 contact sheet photos of base of Confederate Monument in Battle Park.
    • Confederate Monument

    • 1968-09-17
    • Braswell Memorial Library (Rocky Mount, N.C.);
    • Image is 3 contact sheet photos of figure and empty pedestal on Confederate Monument in Battle Park.
    • Thomas W. Ferebee

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    • Davie County Public Library
    • On August 6, 1945 during World War II, Davie County native and Enola Gay bombardier Ferebee released the first atomic bomb over Hiroshima, Japan contributing to the unconditional surrender by Japan eight days later. Col. Ferebee stands beside the...

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