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Graham County North Carolina Historical Markers

 
Visitors center and parking area. image, Touch for more information
By M. L., July 2, 2006
Visitors center and parking area.
North Carolina (Graham County), Fontana Village — Fontana Dam
length 2365 feet height 480 feet Built by TVA 1942-1945 as a unit of its multi-purpose system of dams. — Map (db m11084) HM
North Carolina (Graham County), Robbinsville — Civil War in Graham County Union and Confederate Raiders
During the Civil War, Graham Country (the part of Cherokee County) offered scant support to the secessionist cause, although both ardent Confederates and staunch Unionists lived here. The region was not financially dependent on slavery. Most . . . — Map (db m75453) HM
North Carolina (Graham County), Robbinsville — Q 2 — Junaluska ca. 1779 - 1858
Cherokee warrior, fought for U.S. in Creek War, 1814. Granted citizenship and land by N.C., 1847. Grave is one mile S.W. — Map (db m60260) HM

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