Historical Markers in
Mecklenburg County, North Carolina

Annie Alexander Battle of Charlotte Battle of Cowan's Ford Ben Nash Boeing / Vertol CH-46A / E Sea Knight Branch U.S. Mint British Encampment, 1780 Cameron Morrison Camp Greene Camp Greene Camp New Providence Captain James Jack's Ride Catawba Indian Reservation Census Information Charlotte Speedway Charlotte's First Belk Store Confederate Cabinet Confederate Navy Yard Cotton Cotton on the Polk Farm Currency D.H. Hill Davidson College Dr. Ephraim Brevard Lived Near Here In 1775 Early Education Early Settlers Ephraim Brevard Establishing A New Life First Presbyterian Church Fourth Ward Fourth Ward Historic District Friendship Missionary Baptist Church Gen. William Lee Davidson Was Killed General Paul R. Younts Expressway General William Lee Davidson Gold Mines Gold Mining Good Samaritan Hospital Graham Family Homeplace Harry Golden Hezekiah Alexander House Historic Latta Plantation Home of Col. Thomas Polk Home Site of Doctor Annie Lowrie Alexander Hopewell Presbyterian Church Hornets' Nest How McGuire Works In Memory of George Davis, Attorney General of the Confederate States of America Independence Square J. P. Caldwell James K. Polk James Knox Polk Birthplace Jefferson Davis Jefferson Davis Informed of Lincoln's Death Lance Building Lewis Thompson and Pattie Clark Thompson Line of the American Retreat Major Joseph Graham Mecklenburg Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Mecklenburg County Vietnam Memorial Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence Mecklenburg Resolves Memorial to Lieut. Col. George Locke Mike McCormack Mint Museum of Art Mrs. "Stonewall Jackson" 1831-1915 N. C. League of Municipalities Nathanael Greene Nearby History Nearby History Nearby History Nearby History Nearby History Nearby History Nebel Knitting Mill Newspaperman W.J. Cash North Carolina / South Carolina North Carolina Military Institute PFC Raymond “Mike” Clausen Memorial Philadelphia Presbyterian Church Pleasant Grove Memorial Park Pritchard Memorial Baptist Church Prominent Charlotteans Buried At Settlers' Cemetery Queen Charlotte Walks In Her Garden Queens University of Charlotte Ratcliffe Flowers Ratcliffe's Flowers RCA Victor Restoration Efforts For Settlers' Cemetery Richard Barry Romare Bearden S.B. Alexander Settlers' Cemetery Signers of the Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence Site of Liberty Hall Site of Queen's College Site of the First Court Held in Mecklenburg County Site of the U.S. Branch Mint Sloan Davidson House St. Peters Hospital St. Peter's Episcopal Church Steele Creek Church Thaddeus Lincoln Tate The Bagley-Mullen House The Battle of Charlotte The Church Building The Eighteenth Century Piedmont The First Carolinians The Importance Of Religion The Johnston Building The Last Meetings of the Confederate Cabinet The Latta Arcade The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence The Oldest Cemetery and the Walls The Origin Of Our Names The Polk Farm The President James K. Polk State Historic Site The Sculptures at Independence Square The Servant Entrance The War Between The States They Came From Mecklenburg… / Dedicated To Those Who Serve This Land Once was Thompson Orphanage Thomas Polk Park Thompson Orphanage Thompson Orphanage Campus Thompson Orphanage: A Place to Grow Tobacco in the Piedmont Trading Path Trading Path Tryon Street University of N.C. at Charlotte Visit of General George Washington WBT / WBTV William Lee Davidson X-Ray Experiments "War of Sugar Creek" “Upping Block”