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Maxton, North Carolina Historical Markers

 
Wide view of the Angus W. McLean Marker image, Touch for more information
By Paul Crumlish, May 7, 2010
Wide view of the Angus W. McLean Marker
North Carolina (Robeson County), Maxton — I-20 — Angus W. McLean 1870-1935
Governor, 1925-1929, assistant secretary, U.S. Treasury, 1920-1921. His birthplace was 4 mi. N. — Map (db m31314) HM
North Carolina (Robeson County), Maxton — I-27 — Carolina College
Operated by Methodist Church, 1911-1926. Site used by Presbyterian Jr. College, 1929-1960; Carolina Military Academy, 1962-1972. One block S. — Map (db m31327) HM
North Carolina (Robeson County), Maxton — I-25 — Floral College
One of earliest colleges for women in the South, 1841-78. Centre Presbyterian Church, formerly the college chapel, is 150 yards north. — Map (db m31305) HM
North Carolina (Scotland County), Maxton — K-63 — Laurinburg-Maxton Army Air Base
U.S. Army Air Force glider base, 1942-45. Trained units active in D-Day assault, June 6, 1944. Field 3 mi. N. — Map (db m56186) HM

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