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Maxton, North Carolina Historical Markers
By Paul Crumlish, May 7, 2010
Wide view of the Angus W. McLean Marker
|Governor, 1925-1929, assistant secretary, U.S. Treasury, 1920-1921. His birthplace was 4 mi. N. — — Map (db m31314) HM|
|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|
|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|
|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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