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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Raleigh

 
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Raleigh, North Carolina and Vicinity
    Wake County (118)
    Chatham County (16)
    Durham County (45)
    Franklin County (7)
    Granville County (13)
    Harnett County (31)
    Johnston County (77)
    Nash County (20)
 
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1North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 54 — “Elmwood”
Home of chief justices John L. Taylor & Thos. Ruffin; of Wm. Gaston, Romulus M. Saunders, & Samuel A. Ashe. Built about 1813. Is 70 yds. N. — Map (db m63173) HM
2North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — 32 Pounder Naval Cannon
Taken in June 1861 when the Navy Yard at Norfolk was abandoned by the United States Banded and Condverted at Richmond into a 6 inch rifle mounted at Fort Caswell North Carolina Dismounted by exploding magazines when the Confederates evacuated . . . — Map (db m40757) HM
3North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — 81st or Wildcat Division
In memory of the 81st or Wildcat Division World War 1917–18 — Map (db m63164) WM
4North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — A.I.A Tower
A.I.A. Tower North Carolina Chapter American Institute of Architects Chapter Founded(AIA) August 8, 1913 Building Dedicated October 18, 1963 Raleigh Historic Site Water Tower 1887 — Map (db m93208) HM
5North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 80 — Alexander B. Andrews — 1841 - 1915 —
Railroad builder and financier, Vice-president, Southern Railroad: superintendent, North Carolina Railroad. Home is here. — Map (db m32560) HM
6North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Anderson
Geo. B. Anderson Brigadier General Confederate States Army Born April 12th 1831. Died Oct. 16th 1862 of a wound received at the battle of Sharpsburg. ( Back of Monument : ) Seven Pines Mechanicsville Cold Harbor Malvern Hill South . . . — Map (db m63255) HM
7North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 6 — Andrew Johnson1808 - 1875
President of the United States, 1865-69. Born near here in a kitchen now located 1 mile N.E. — Map (db m63139) HM
8North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 11 — Andrew Johnson1808 - 1875
The small kitchen in which the seventeenth President of the United States was born stands 64 yards west. — Map (db m63144) HM
9North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Andrew Johnson Birth Site
125 feet east of this point Andrew Johnson seventeenth president was born, Dec. 29, 1808 — Map (db m63138) HM
10North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 119 — Anna J. Cooper1858-1964
Educator, orator, & early black feminist. Graduate, St.Augustine's. Author, A Voice from the South (1892). Grave 2½ blks. S. — Map (db m94828) HM
11North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 112 — Artificial Limbs
North Carolina was first state to provide limbs to Confederate amputees. Factory, which operated 1866-67, was ¼ mi. NE. — Map (db m77787) HM
12North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H-77 — Berry O'Kelly School
Begun 1910. Early Negro teacher training school. Named for benefactor. Later used as elementary school. Closed in 1966. — Map (db m145335) HM
13North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Birthplace of Andrew Johnson
. . . — Map (db m63146) HM
14North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Blakely Cannon
Fawcett, Preston & Company of Liverpool, England, cast this 4-inch, 18-pounder rifled cannon in 1862 and sold it to the Confederacy. It was part of a “flying battery” of field artillery stationed at Fort Fisher that protected . . . — Map (db m63221) HM
15North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 26 — Camp Bryan Grimes
Spanish-American War camp. 95 acres, named for the Confederate general, was located here. Only U.S. Army camp in the state, 1898. — Map (db m77772) HM
16North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Carolina Power & Light Car Barn & Automobile Garage
Carolina Power & Light Car Barn & Automobile Garage Built 1925 Has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places — Map (db m97882) HM
17North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 66 — Central Prison
State prison site since 1869. Original buildings completed in 1884. First supt., W.J. Hicks. New facility finished 1983. — Map (db m77774) HM
18North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Charles Duncan Mc Iver
Charles Duncan Mc Iver Educational statesman *           *           * Born 27th September 1860 Died 17th September 1906 ( Left Side Marker : ) Founder and first President of the State Normal and Industrial College for women ( Right . . . — Map (db m63231) HM
19North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 103 — Charles N. Hunter1852-1931
Black teacher, writer, & reformer. Principal, Berry O'Kelly School; a founder, N.C. Industrial Assoc. Lived 1 block S. — Map (db m77828) HM
20North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Christ Episcopal Church
Christ Episcopal Church has been designated a National Historic Landmark This site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America — Map (db m40782) HM
21North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Confederate Monument
In memory of our Confederate Dead --------------- Erected A.D. 1870 Sleep warrior, sleep the struggle. The battle cry is hushed. Our standards have been lowered. Our blooming hopes been crushed. Sleep for thy name is cherished By the bravest and the . . . — Map (db m63267) HM
22North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Confederate Soldiers MemorialConfederate Soldiers Reinterred from Gettysburg — Oakwood Cemetery —
Confederate Soldiers Memorial-Here rest the remains of 137 Confederate soldiers killed in action or mortally wounded during the Gettysburg Campaign. These men represent approximately 1600 North Carolinians who fell during the Campaign. North . . . — Map (db m62478) WM
23North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — CSS H.L. Hunley Memorial
On February 17th, 1864 the CSS H.L. Hunley was the first submarine to sink an enemy ship in combat. The sub was lost that night as well, when it sank just outside Charleston Harbour in SC. with all eight crew members perishing. Crew member James A. . . . — Map (db m63250) HM
24North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H7 — Dorothea Dix Hospital
Authorized 1849, largely through work of Dorothea L. Dix, crusader for better care of the mentally ill. 500 yards southwest. — Map (db m94631) HM
25North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Estey Hall
Estey Hall
has ben listed on National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m94878) HM
26North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 116 — Eugenics Board
State action led to the sterilization by choice or coercion of over 7,600 people, 1933-1973. Met after 1939 one block E. — Map (db m77786) HM
27North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 117 — Executive Mansion
Official residence, N.C. governors, it was completed 1891 on Burke Square using prison labor. Architects, A.G. Bauer & Samuel Sloan. — Map (db m32553) HM
28North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 22 — Experimental Railroad
Est. 1833. Horses hauled granite for the Capitol over a railroad from a quarry 1¼ miles S.E. — Map (db m40790) HM
29North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 29 — Fall of Raleigh
Commissioners of North Carolina's capital met officers of Sherman's Army near this spot, on April 13, 1865, and surrendered the city. — Map (db m31542) HM
30North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 110 — Fannie E. S. Heck1862 - 1915
Social activist; writer. Led the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union after 1892. A benefactor of present Meredith College. Lived in this house. — Map (db m32628) HM
31North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — First Baptist Church
[Top plaque:] First Baptist Church Built in 1859 has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior [Bottom plaque:] Baptist Church A.D. 1859 Wm. . . . — Map (db m126213) HM
32North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 45 — First N.C. State Fair
Sponsored by the State Agricultural Society, the fair was held here, October 18-21, 1853. — Map (db m77829) HM
33North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 100 — First Presbyterian Church
Organized 1816. Site of Constitutional Convention of 1835. State Supreme Court met here,1831-40, after Capitol fire. This building completed 1900. — Map (db m63165) HM
34North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — First Presbyterian Church
Organized January 21, 1816 First building on this site dedicated February 7, 1818 Present building dedicated September 16, 1900 Sanctuary remodeled 1956 — Map (db m94802) HM
35North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Frederick Augustus Olds(1853-1935)
Colonel Fred Olds founded the Hall of History, now the North Carolina Museum of History, in 1902. He devoted his life to preserving the state's heritage. In memory of Dellie Hardison Smith, a creative planner for this North Carolina . . . — Map (db m126212) HM
36North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 109 — Freedmen’s Convention
Delegates resolved to seek equal rights for state’s freed blacks. Met, Sept. 29 – Oct. 3, 1865, one block north. — Map (db m63161) HM
37North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 99 — Gales Family
Joseph, Raleigh Register founder, 1799; his wife Winifred, early novelist; sons Joseph and Weston, editors, lived 2 blks. E. — Map (db m126208) HM
38North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 31 — General Grant
In the Governor’s Palace April 24-27, 1865, Grant conferred with Sherman and approved new terms for surrender of Johnston’s Confederate Army. — Map (db m63140) HM
39North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Geodetic Survey Stones1853 - 1854
Site used by U.S. Coastal and Geodetic Survey to measure the precise longitude and latitude of Raleigh by taking simultaneous readings of the positions of the stars here and at locations in Richmond, Va. and Charleston and Columbia, S.C. A temporary . . . — Map (db m40858) HM
40North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 8 — Governor’s Palace
Completed 1816. Vance was the last governor to reside there, 1862-5. Stood 50 yards south.. — Map (db m63141) HM
41North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Governor’s Palace of North Carolina
On this site stood the Governor’s Palace of North Carolina 1816 – 1865 where General LaFayette was entertained March 2-3, 1825. — Map (db m63142) HM
42North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Henry Clay Oak
Henry Clay, on a visit to this city, wrote the famous Raleigh Letter, April 17, 1844, opposing the annexation of Texas. Many authorities believe that this statement cost him the presidential election of 1844. According to tradition Clay wrote the . . . — Map (db m63175) HM
43North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Henry Lawson Wyatt
Private in Bethel Regiment North Carolina Volunteers Killed at Bethel Church June 10, 1861 First Confederate soldier to fall in battle in the War Between the States. (back of marker) Wyatt's Comrades In dash to burn the . . . — Map (db m41569) HM
44North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 53 — J. Melville Broughton1888-1949
Governor, 1941-45: U.S. Senator, 1948-49. Member, General Assembly, 1927, 1929. Home was two blocks west. — Map (db m94819) HM
45North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 86 — James H. Harris1832 - 1891
Black legislator & orator; member 1868 convention; a founder of Republican Party & Union League in N.C. Home was 1 block W. — Map (db m63244) HM
46North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 87 — James H. Young1860 - 1921
Colonel of black N.C. regiment in war with Spain; edited Raleigh Gazette; legislator. Home was 25 ft. W. — Map (db m63243) HM
47North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 95 — Jane McKimmon1867 - 1957
Home economist. From 1911 to 1937 she organized and led N. C.’s home demonstration program. Lived here. — Map (db m63239) HM
48North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H2 — Joel Lane House
Built prior to 1770 and often site of political meetings. Decision to locate Raleigh on Lane’s land made there, 1792. Stands 2 blocks south. — Map (db m63236) HM
49North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H-55 — John L. Taylor1769-1829
First Chief Justice of N.C. Supreme Court, 1819-1829; author of numerous legal works. Grave is ½ mi. E. Home is 1 mi. S.W. — Map (db m97285) HM
50North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 71 — John S. Ravenscroft
First Episcopal Bishop of the Diocese of N.C.; 1823-1830. Active in the revival of the Church. Interred in church 50 yds. south. — Map (db m63242) HM
51North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Josephus Daniels
Editor, author, public official Son of Josephus Daniels and Mary Cleaves Seabrook Born in Washington, N.C. May 18, 1862 Married to Addie Worth Bagley of Raleigh May 2, 1888 Died in Raleigh, N.C. January 15, 1948 . . . — Map (db m126210) HM
52North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 59 — Josiah W. Bailey
United States Senator, 1931-1946. A Baptist leader and editor of “The Biblical Recorder.” Home was here. — Map (db m63237) HM
53North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Just Like the Liberty Bell
This exact replica of the Liberty Bell is the same size, weight, and material as the original. Therefore, it has the same tone that the Liberty Bell would have if it could be rung. The bell, cast in France, weighs 2, 080 pounds. It is 85 percent . . . — Map (db m73012) HM
54North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 52 — L. O’B. Branch
Confederate brigadier general; president of Raleigh and Gaston Railroad, 1852-55; member of Congress, 1855-61. Home here, grave ⅔ mi. east. — Map (db m63157) HM
55North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 94 — Lamar Stringfield — 1897 ~ 1959 —
Musician and composer. First conductor of the N.C. Symphony, 1932-38. Boyhood home 3 blks. E. — Map (db m7536) HM
56North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H-111 — Leonard Medical School
Nation's first four-year medical school. Trained 400 African American physicians. Operated here from 1882 to 1918. — Map (db m31725) HM
57North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 27 — Leonidas L. Polk1837 - 1892
President of National Farmers’ Alliance, 1889 - 1892; began Progressive Farmer, 1886; a founder of NCSU and Meredith College. House is here. — Map (db m63235) HM
58North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 70 — Medical Society of North Carolina
Successor to earlier group founded in 1799. Formed here in 1849. Dr. Edmund Strudwick was first president. — Map (db m40783) HM
59North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Melville B. Cox1799-1833
Minister of Edenton St. Methodist Church, 1831. First American Methodist Missionary to Africa, 1833. "Let a thousand fall before Africa be given up.Map (db m126151) HM
60North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Memorial Belltower
(side 1) North Carolina College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts required daily military drills, and when the U.S. entered World War I, hundreds of students and alumni enlisted. Thirty-four alumni died in military service. The idea for . . . — Map (db m94742) HM WM
61North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Milburnie Dam
Just upstream from this location, a dam has slowed the waters of the Neuse River for more than 150 years. The greenway bridge is a great place to see the dam. Mid-1800s — Paper Mill In the mid-1800s, the original Miburnie Dam was . . . — Map (db m90146) HM
62North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Mount Hope Cemetery(established 1872)
Mount Hope Cemetery a 34.3-acre cemetery owned by the City of Raleigh, was established about 1872 for African Americans and continues to be operated so almost exclusively. Soon after the Civl War, the old City Cemetery was filled with . . . — Map (db m94696) HM
63North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 82 — N.C. Division of Archives & History
Organized as the N.C. Historical Commission in 1903; R.D.W. Connor, first secretary. Moved to this building, 1968. — Map (db m34409) HM
64North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 89 — N.C. Pharmaceutical Association
Organized in 1880 at a meeting held in the Senate Chamber. E.M. Nadal of Wilson was the first president. — Map (db m41570) HM
65North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — N.C. State Capitol
State Capitol has been designated a -------------------- National Historic Landmark -------------------- This site possesses national significance in commemorating the history of the United States of America 1974 National Park Service . . . — Map (db m63233) HM
66North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 35 — N.C. State Museum of Natural Sciences
Collection began with 1851 geological survey: a museum since 1879: H.H. Brimley, curator from 1895 to 1946. — Map (db m32543) HM
67North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — North CarolinaCivil War Trails
North Carolina’s Civil War stories are as diverse as its landscape. The Outer Banks and coastal rivers saw action early in the war, as Union forces occupied the region. Stories abound of naval battles, blockade running, Federal raids and the . . . — Map (db m63218) HM
68North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 106 — North Carolina Bar Association
Organized here, Feb. 10, 1899, in room then used by N.C. Supreme Court. Platt Walker of Charlotte, group's first president. — Map (db m88108) HM
69North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — North Carolina Confederate POWs
This monument honors the remains of one hundred and seven North Carolina Confederate soldiers, some known only to God, who died between 1863 and 1865 in Washington DC, as prisoners of war, and who were interred in Arlington National Cemetery. On . . . — Map (db m63725) HM
70North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H-65 — North Carolina Dental Society
Organized in 1856 in the Guion Hotel, which stood here. Dr. W.F. Bason, Haw River, first president. — Map (db m31754) HM
71North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — North Carolina Medical Board
Established in 1859 to regulate the practice of medicine for the benefit and protection of the people of North Carolina. One of the oldest state medical regulatory boards, it originally met in the Old State Capitol., two blocks east. 150th . . . — Map (db m63158) HM
72North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — North Carolina Medical Society 150th Anniversary1849 - 1999
Founded April 16, 1849, the North Carolina Medical Society has fostered the advancement of medical science, to maintain high ethical standards and to promote all aspects of the profession with the goal of relieving suffering and improving the . . . — Map (db m63246) HM
73North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 48 — North Carolina Museum of History
Collection gathered by Fred Olds merged 1902 with state's artifacts to create Hall of History. Moved here in 1994. — Map (db m32540) HM
74North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — North Carolina State CapitolLast Signal Station — Carolinas Campaign —
( Preface : ) 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. Ulysses S. Grant in Virginia . . . — Map (db m63150) HM
75North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 85 — North Carolina State Library
Established 1812 under Wm. Hill, Sec. of State; James F. Taylor first state librarian, 1843. Moved here in 1968. — Map (db m63234) HM
76North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — North Carolina Veterans' Memorial
This memorial is dedicated to the heroic men and women of North Carolina who served in America's wars. As long as the flame of freedom burns, the memory of their sacrifice for peace shall endure. (east side) World War I . . . — Map (db m40800) WM
77North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — North Carolina Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Dedicated to the men and women of North Carolina who served with dignity and honor in the Vietnam War Dedicated on May 23, 1987Map (db m40789) HM
78North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 67 — Oakwood Cemetery
Governors Aycock, Bragg, Fowle, Holden, Swain, and Worth, other notables and Confederates buried there. 3 blocks E. — Map (db m63143) HM
79North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 30 — Old Breastworks
Breastworks were thrown up around Raleigh, 1863, by order of Governor Vance, for protection against Federal raids. Remains are 1/3 mile W. — Map (db m63162) HM
80North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Old Hickory Highway
Old Hickory Highway Erected in loving Memory of those Who served in The World War — Map (db m40795) HM
81North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Olivia Raney Library
As a memorial to his wife Olivia Blount Cowper Raney (1861 - 1896), Richard Beverly Raney in 1899 established the Olivia Raney Library which stood on this site. His gift funded the construction and equipment of a public library that served Raleigh . . . — Map (db m40753) HM
82North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 9 — Peace College
Founded by Presbyterian elder Wm. Peace 1857 as school for women; opened 1872. Main building used as Confederate hospital & by Freedmen’s Bureau. — Map (db m63264) HM
83North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 33 — Pettigrew Hospital
Site of Confederate hospital. U.S. Army barracks. Confederate Soldiers' Home. 1891-1938. — Map (db m77830) WM
84North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Presidents North Carolina Gave The Nation
1795 - 1849 James Knox Polk of Mecklenburg County President 1845 - 1849 He enlarged our national boundaries 1767 - 1845 Andrew Jackson of Union County President 1829 - 1837 He revitalized American Democracy 1808 - . . . — Map (db m40797) HM
85North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 23 — Raleigh and Gaston Railroad
Chartered in 1835 and completed in 1840. Length 85 miles. Its southern terminus was 400 ft. W. — Map (db m77788) HM
86North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — River Crossing
Look around. Would this be a good place to cross the river? For hundreds of years, people have crossed the Neuse River in this area on horseback or by stagecoach, wagon or car. 1700s – Smith’s Ferry In the 1700s before bridges were . . . — Map (db m90147) HM
87North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 36 — Saint Mary’s
Episcopal School for girls, established 1842 by Rev. Aldert Smedes on site of an earlier Episcopal school for boys which opened in 1834. — Map (db m63154) HM
88North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Saint Mary’s SchoolUnion Camp and Confederate Refuge — Carolinas Campaign —
Here in this oak grove on the front campus of Saint Mary’s School for girls, Union Gen. Oliver O. Howard, commanding Gen. William T. Sherman’s Right Wing, encamped in April 1865. The Federals coexisted with students and faculty for several weeks, . . . — Map (db m63152) HM
89North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Samuel A'Court Ashe, LL. D.1840 - 1938
Patriot-Soldier-Historian-Legislator-Editor-Christian Citizen Captain and assistant adjutant general of Pender's staff, C.S.A. Heroic defender of Fort Wagner And twice cited for conspicuous service in the battles of Cedar Run and Second . . . — Map (db m41014) HM
90North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Seaboard Air Line Railroad WWII Memorial
Dedicated to the patriotism and valor of the more than three thousand four hundred employees of the Seaboard Air Line Railroad who served in the Armed Forces of their country in World War II and to the imperishable memory of those who . . . — Map (db m94803) WM
91North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H-32 — Shaw University
Founded 1865 by Baptist missionary Henry Martin Tupper. Chartered 1875; named for benefactor Elijah Shaw of Mass. — Map (db m31719) HM
92North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Shotwell
In Memoriam ---------------- Randolph Abbott Shotwell Late Captain, Co. I, 8th Reg., Va. Vols., C.S.A. Born Dec. 13th, 1843. in West Liberty, VA., Died July 31st, 1885. in Raleigh, N.C. ( Right Side Inscription : ) A Patriot whose honor . . . — Map (db m63291) HM
93North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 96 — St. Augustine's College
Founded in 1867 by the Episcopal Church as a normal school for freedmen. Since 1928 a four-year college. 4 blocks N. — Map (db m77832) HM
94North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — State Bank of North Carolina
State Bank of North Carolina, chartered in 1810, cornerstone laid in 1813, first president, Colonel William Polk, made his home in the building. Renovated, and is now being used by state employees' credit union — Map (db m94808) HM
95North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 4 — State Capitol
Built 1833 - 40. Ithiel Town. A.J. Davis and David Paton, architects. First State House built here, 1796; burned, 1831. — Map (db m40784) HM
96North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — State of North Carolina Agriculture Building
. . . — Map (db m63728) HM
97North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — State of North Carolina Labor Building
This property has been placed on the National Register of Historic Places by the United States Department of the Interior — Map (db m63727) HM
98North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — Stone's Mills
Listen! That sound of rushing water is the Neuse River flowing over the remnants of an old mill dam. In the early to mid-19th century, this was the site of a bustling industrial enterprise known as Stone's Mills. Carts and wagons arrived here . . . — Map (db m90145) HM
99North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H-107 — Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee
Civil rights organization, an outgrowth of sit-in movement, had origins in conference at Shaw University, Apr. 15-17, 1960. — Map (db m31656) HM
100North Carolina (Wake County), Raleigh — H 46 — The Governor Morehead School
Established for visually impaired student in 1845 under the leadership of John Motley Morehead. Present plant is 500 yards north. — Map (db m77775) HM

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