Historical Markers in
Wake County, North Carolina

32 Pounder Naval Cannon 81st or Wildcat Division A.I.A Tower Alexander B. Andrews Anderson Andrew Johnson Andrew Johnson Andrew Johnson Birth Site Anna J. Cooper Artificial Limbs Berry O'Kelly School Birthplace of Andrew Johnson Blakely Cannon C.C. Crittenden Camp Bryan Grimes Carolina Power & Light Car Barn & Automobile Garage Central Prison Charles Duncan Mc Iver Charles N. Hunter Christ Episcopal Church Confederate Monument Confederate Soldiers Memorial CSS H.L. Hunley Memorial Dorothea Dix Hospital Estey Hall Eugenics Board Executive Mansion Experimental Railroad Fall of Raleigh Fannie E. S. Heck First Baptist Church First N.C. State Fair First Presbyterian Church Frederick Augustus Olds Freedmen’s Convention Fuquay Mineral Spring 1858 Gales Family Garner Historic District General Grant Geodetic Survey Stones Governor’s Palace Governor’s Palace of North Carolina Henry Clay Oak Henry Lawson Wyatt J. Melville Broughton James H. Harris James H. Young Jane McKimmon Joel Lane House John L. Taylor John S. Ravenscroft Josephus Daniels Josiah W. Bailey Just Like the Liberty Bell L. O’B. Branch Lamar Stringfield Leonard Medical School Leonidas L. Polk Life on Dix Hill Lunsford Lane Medical Society of North Carolina Melville B. Cox Memorial Belltower Milburnie Dam Morrisville Engagement Mount Hope Cemetery N.C. Division of Archives & History N.C. Pharmaceutical Association N.C. State Capitol N.C. State Museum of Natural Sciences North Carolina North Carolina Bar Association North Carolina Confederate POWs North Carolina Dental Society North Carolina Medical Board North Carolina Medical Society 150th Anniversary North Carolina Museum of History North Carolina State Capitol North Carolina State Library North Carolina Veterans' Memorial North Carolina Vietnam Veterans Memorial Oakwood Cemetery Old Breastworks Old Hickory Highway Olivia Raney Library Peace College Pettigrew Hospital Presidents North Carolina Gave The Nation Raleigh and Gaston Railroad River Crossing Saint Mary’s Saint Mary’s School Samuel A'Court Ashe, LL. D. Seaboard Air Line Railroad WWII Memorial Shaw University Shotwell St. Augustine's College State Bank of North Carolina State Capitol State of North Carolina Agriculture Building State of North Carolina Labor Building Stone's Mills Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee The Governor Morehead School The Governor Morehead School Thomas Day Thomas R. Jernigan To Our Confederate Dead To the North Carolina Women of the Confederacy Tupper Memorial Baptist Church Unknown NC Soldier CSA W. N. H. Smith Wake Forest University William Polk William Ruffin Cox William W. Holden Worth Bagley Worth Bagley Zebulon Baird Vance “Elmwood”