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Randolph County North Carolina Historical Markers

 
Wide view of the Jonathan Worth Marker image, Touch for more information
By Paul Crumlish, May 9, 2010
Wide view of the Jonathan Worth Marker
North Carolina (Randolph County), Asheboro — K-2 — Jonathan Worth
Governor, 1865-1868. State Treasurer, 1862-1865. Home stood one block south. — Map (db m31539) HM
North Carolina (Randolph County), Asheboro — Pisgah Covered Bridge1911
Randolph County Historic Landmark Pisgah Covered Bridge 1911 Designated March 1, 2010 Randolph County Bard of Commissioners Historic Landmark Preservation Commission — Map (db m43112) HM
North Carolina (Randolph County), Asheboro — K-27 — Plank Road
This street is the route of the Fayetteville-to-Salem plank road, a toll road 129 miles long, built 1849-54. — Map (db m31538) HM
North Carolina (Randolph County), Trinity — Trinity Cemetery
Here lie Braxton Craven and other builders of churches and colleges in the south, notably Duke University. — Map (db m58265) HM
North Carolina (Randolph County), Trinity — Trinity CollegeHardee’s Last Headquarters — Carolinas Campaign
(Preface, upper left): The Carolinas Campaign began on February 1, 1865, when Union Gen. William T. Sherman led his army north from Savannah, Georgia, after the “March to the Sea.” Sherman’s objective was to join Gen. . . . — Map (db m58259) HM
North Carolina (Randolph County), Trinity — K3 — Trinity College
Stood here. Union in- stitute, 1839; Normal College, 1851; Trinity, 1859; Duke University, 1924. Moved to Durham, 1892. — Map (db m58262) HM

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