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Militia general. He led expedition against the Cherokee, 1776. Colonial & state official. Lived nearby on Grant's Creek.
The first mail over an R.F.D. route in N.C. was carried out in China Grove, October 23, 1896.
Erected by the ElizabethMaxwell Steele Chapterof the Daughters of theAmerican Revolutionin memory of theRowan County boyswho fought in theWorld War - 1919
This tablet is erectedto the memory ofElizabethMaxwell SteelePatriot
1781 - 1911
InPatriotic Commemorationof the visitofGeorge Washingtonon histour of theSouthern States1791
Settled by Scotch-Irish in 1747,coming from Pennsylvania along the"Great Wagon Road". Established as thecounty seat in 1753. Named after thecathedral town (New Sarum) in England.Largest city in western North Carolinain the 18th and 19th centuries.…
When Dr. L. J. Meroney and his sister Lena built the theater in 1905, its large seating capacity attracted professional troupes to Salisbury. Two of the most famous thespians of the day, the "Divine" Sarah Bernhardt and the glamorous Lillian Russe…
You are facing the 18 trenches usedby the Salisbury Confederate Prisonfor the burial of prisoners, most ofwhom died after October 1864.
Restored one-room logschool of 1840's. Nowlocated at the KnoxJunior High School, ? mile east.
A good example of thelarger homes builtabout 1820. Now usedby the Rowan Museum.Located ½ block south.