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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Cumberland County, North Carolina

 
Clickable Map of Cumberland County, North Carolina and Immediately Adjacent Jurisdictions image/svg+xml 2019-10-06 U.S. Census Bureau, Abe.suleiman; Lokal_Profil; HMdb.org; J.J.Prats/dc:title> https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Usa_counties_large.svg Cumberland County, NC (113) Bladen County, NC (13) Harnett County, NC (32) Hoke County, NC (6) Moore County, NC (16) Robeson County, NC (17) Sampson County, NC (8)  CumberlandCounty(113) Cumberland County (113)  BladenCounty(13) Bladen County (13)  HarnettCounty(32) Harnett County (32)  HokeCounty(6) Hoke County (6)  MooreCounty(16) Moore County (16)  RobesonCounty(17) Robeson County (17)  SampsonCounty(8) Sampson County (8)
Fayetteville is the county seat for Cumberland County
Adjacent to Cumberland County, North Carolina
      Bladen County (13)  
      Harnett County (32)  
      Hoke County (6)  
      Moore County (16)  
      Robeson County (17)  
      Sampson County (8)  
 
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1North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — I-73 — "Oak Grove"
2North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — 20th Corps
3North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — Battle of Averasboro — Phase One – March 15, 16, 1865 — Reported missing
4North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — Battle of Averasboro — Confederate First Defensive Line — Carolinas Campaign —
5North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — I-72 — Confederate First Line
6North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — I-74 — Federal Artillery
7North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — I-75 — Federal Hospital
8North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — Prelude to Averasboro
9North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — I-71 — Rhett’s Brigade
10North Carolina, Cumberland County, Dunn — Taliaferro’s Division
11North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — 1897 Poe House
12North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Arsenal
13North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Arsenal Park
14North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Arsenal Stones
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15North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-53 — Babe Ruth
16North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-80 — Bank of the United States
17North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Burning of Clarendon Bridge — Confederates Evacuate Fayetteville — Carolinas Campaign —
18North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-63 — C. M. Stedman — 1841 - 1930
19North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-54 — Campbelton
20North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-32 — Charles W. Chesnutt — 1858 - 1932
21North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-70 — Charter of the University of N. C.
22North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Confederate War Memorial — Reported permanently removed
23North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Confederate Women's Home
24North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-9 — Cornwallis
25North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-10 — Cross Creek
26North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Cross Creek Cemetery — Confederate Burial Grounds
27North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Cross Creek Linear Park — Our Pathway to the Future
28North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Cumberland County Confederate Memorial
29North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Currahee Rocks
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30North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Edward J. Hale House — Civil War Publisher — Carolinas Campaign —
31North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Engine House (1838 - 1848) — Arsenal Park
32North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Fayetteville Arsenal — "Batter … into piles of rubble" — Carolinas Campaign —
33North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-31 — Fayetteville State University
34North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — First Presbyterian Church
35North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-28 — First Presbyterian Church
36North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Flora MacDonald
37North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Flora Macdonald
38North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Forging and Casting [and] Smith's Shops (1839 - 1842) — Arsenal Park
39North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-60 — Frank P. Graham — 1886 - 1972
40North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Gun Carriage and Turning Shop (1842 - 1849) — Arsenal Park
41North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-62 — Henry Evans
42North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Highsmith-Rainey Memorial Hospital
43North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-86 — Hiram R. Revels — 1822 - 1901
44North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-4 — James C. Dobbin
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45North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — James Dobbin McNeill
46North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-79 — John England — 1786 - 1842
47North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-12 — Lafayette
48North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Liberty Point
49North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Liberty Point Declaration of Independence
50North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-13 — MacPherson Church
51North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-55 — Methodist University
52North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — North Carolina — Civil War Trails
53North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — North Carolina Arsenal
54North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-14 — Old Town Hall
55North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-89 — Omar Ibn Said
56North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Parade Ground — Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry
57North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-21 — Plank Roads
58North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Plummer Bridge
59North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Saint Patrick Catholic Church
60North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Scotch Spring
61North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Settlement of the Upper Cape Fear
62North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-18 — Sherman's Army
63North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Southwest Tower (1849 - 1856) — Arsenal Park
64North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — The "Ghost" Tower — Arsenal Park
65North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — II-1 — The Battle of Bentonville — March 19, 20, and 21, 1865
66North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — The Fayetteville Independent Light Infantry Company — F. I. L. I. — 1793 - 1993 —
67North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-61 — The Fayetteville Observer
68North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — The Market House — Site of a Shootout — Carolinas Campaign —
69North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — The Sandford House — Barracks for Union Troops — Carolinas Campaign —
70North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — Town House
71North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-2 — U.S. Arsenal
72North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fayetteville — I-65 — Warren Winslow — 1810 - 1862
73North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — 15cm Medium Field Howitzer, M18
74North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — 307th Airborne Engineer Battalion
75North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — 328th Infantry Rock
76North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — 4th Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment
77North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — 82d Infantry Division
78North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Airlifter's Memorial
79North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Bastogne Gables
80North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Braxton Bragg — Camp Bragg, N.C.
81North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — C-119 "Packet"
82North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — C-123 "Provider"
83North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — C-130 "Hercules"
84North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — C-7 "Caribou"
85North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Curtis C-46 "Commando"
86North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — DC-3/C-47 "Skytrain"
87North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Douglas C-47
88North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Enlisted Personnel Memorial
89North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Fairchild C-119 — "Flying Boxcar"
90North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Fairchild C-123-K — Provider
91North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — I-17 — Fort Bragg
92North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — I 94 — Ft. Bragg School Integration
93North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Iron Mike — [The Airborne Trooper]
94North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Lt. Harley H. Pope
95North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — M-551A1 Sheridan Armored Reconnaissance/Airborne Assault Vehicle
96North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — M-56 Scorpion Self-Propelled Antitank Gun
97North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Meadows Memorial Parade Field — In Memory of Major Richard J. Meadows — 16 June 1931 – 29 July 1995 —
98North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Pope Air Force Base Air Park
99North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Pope Airmen Memorial
100North Carolina, Cumberland County, Fort Bragg — Pope Airmen Memorial

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Jan. 28, 2023