Historical Markers in
New Hanover County, North Carolina

A National Cemetery System A Trophy of War Adam Empie, D.D. Adrian House Alex Manly Battery Buchanan Beery's Shipyard Beery’s Shipyard Benjamin Beery House Blockade-Running Blockade-Running Bromine Extraction Cape Fear Club Capture! Cassidey Shipyard Catherine Kennedy Home Charles Cornwallis Confederate Soldiers Monument Daggett-Taylor House David Walker Early Drawbridge Edward B. Dudley Edwin A. Alderman Edwin A. Anderson Fall of Wilmington Fanning House Fighting the Sea - Saving the Fort Fort Fisher Fort Fisher Fort Fisher Monument Fort Fisher Since 1865 Fort Fisher’s Armstrong Cannon General Benjamin Smith George Davis George Davis George Davis George Washington Grace Methodist Church Gregory Normal Institute Growth of Fort Fisher, 1861-1862 Headquarters of Fort Fisher Henry Bacon Historic First Baptist Church History Trail James F. Shober James Gibbons James Hasell James Innes James Sprunt John A. Winslow John Burgwin John N. Maffitt Johnson Jones Hooper Judah P. Benjamin Lamb Expands the Fort, 1862-1865 Last Stand At Wilmington Leora Hiatt McEachern Louis Toomer Moore Mary Baker Glover Eddy Modern Greece North Carolina Shipbuilding Co. Oakdale Cemetery Old Courthouse Powell - Yopp House Residence of Edward B. Dudley Restoration of Shepherd’s Battery River Road Sally Port Rose Greenhow Shepherd’s Battery Shepherd’s Bombproof Sprunt House St. James Church St. James Church St. John's Lodge St. Mark’s St. Mark’s Episcopal Church St. Stephen A.M.E. Church State Salt Works Temple of Israel Thomas Atkinson Thomas F. Price Thomas F. Wood Thomas Godfrey U.S.S. North Carolina Battleship Memorial Union Fiasco - The First Battle United States Colored Troops USS North Carolina W.H.C. Whiting Washington's Southern Tour Whistler's Mother William B. Gould William E. Worth House William G. Craig House William Hooper William Tryon William W. Loring Wilmington and Weldon Railroad Wilmington College Wilmington Coup Wilmington Light Infantry Woodrow Wilson