On South Dickerson Street (County Route 1412) at West Wilmington Street (North Carolina Highway 53), on the right when traveling south on South Dickerson Street.
Burgaw Station, a stop on the Wilmington and Weldon Railroad, was located on the rail line known as the “Lifeline of the Confederacy,” Gen. Robert E. Lee’s main supply route for his Army of Northern Virginia by 1864. This rail line transported . . . — — Map (db m191883) HM
On South Wright Street just north of Freemont Street, on the right when traveling north.
In honor of the Confederate Soldiers of Pender County. Major General William Dorsey Pender, Feb 6, 1834 – July 18, 1863.
Let future generations remember that these were men whom death could not terrify, whom defeat could not dishonor. . . . — — Map (db m30273) HM
On Borough Road (State Highway 210), on the right when traveling south.
Here stood the bridge of Revolutionary fame where 1000 Patriot’s under Cols Richard Caswell and Alexander Lillington defeated 1600 loyalists led by Captain McLeod. Col James Moore commanded all the Patriots who embodied to oppose the loyalists under . . . — — Map (db m62491) HM
Near Moores Creek Drive west of State Highway 210.
Route taken by British and Tory Army from Cross Creek to joine Lord Cornwallis and Clinton at Wilmington. They were defeated in the battle of the place. 350 were captured as prisoners of war Feb. 27, 1776. — — Map (db m203760) HM