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Hoke County North Carolina Historical Markers
By Forest McDermott, September 4, 2015
Camp Mackall Marker
|Primary training site for U.S. Army airborne troops in World War II. Established 1943; named for Private John Thomas Mackall. Two miles W. — — Map (db m88662) HM|
|Early medical school, chartered 1867, conducted by Dr. Hector McLean. Closed c. 1877. Stood one-half mile south. — — Map (db m31248) HM|
|Gen. Kilpatrick's Union cavalry repulsed Gen. Hampton's Confederate cavalry there, March 10, 1865, ten miles north. Now in Fort Bragg area. — — Map (db m31246) HM|
|General Sherman, with a part of his army, on March 9-10, 1865, camped here at Bethel Presbyterian Church (organized before 1800). — — Map (db m31255) HM|
|Opened in 1908. First state institution in North Carolina for treating tuberculosis. Sponsored by Dr. J. E. Brooks of Greensboro. — — Map (db m31252) HM|
|Rendezvous point for local Tories. Near here on Sept. 1, 1781, David Fanning's men routed a Whig force under Thomas Wade. Stood 1.7 mi. W. — — Map (db m31257) HM|
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