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Historical Markers in Stanly County, North Carolina
Albemarle is the county seat for Stanly County
Adjacent to Stanly County, North Carolina
Anson County (13) ► Cabarrus County (46) ► Davidson County (25) ► Montgomery County (16) ► Richmond County (22) ► Rowan County (71) ► Union County (25) ►
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|Archaeological site key to understanding earliest native population. Its occupation dates to ca. 10,000 B.C. One mi. N.E. — — Map (db m175742) HM|
|French company in 1913 began Narrows Dam and town named for Adrien Badin, president Southern Aluminum, a subsidiary. Office stood ½ mi. N.W. — — Map (db m175740) HM|
The Town of Badin and the Narrows Dam on the Yadkin River were important in the history of hydroelectric engineering, industry, and community planning in North Carolina.
The River Yadkin is reduced about twenty-five . . . — — Map (db m175741) HM
|Colonel William Lee Davidson's Whig militia defeated Colonel Samuel Bryan's Tories, in July 1780, a few miles S.E. — — Map (db m77368) HM|
|First services held ca. 1785 by Jesse Lee & Bishop Asbury in home of John Randle. Fifth building, 1974. ¾ mile East. — — Map (db m175739) HM|
|Gold discovery in 1825 by Mathias Barringer launched the state's subsurface gold mining industry. Site 2 mi. W. — — Map (db m175744) HM|
Mar. 21, 2023