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(Summer 2008) Enlarge Old English Cemetery, Salisbury

(Summer 2008) Enlarge  Detail Old English Cemetery. Grave of North Carolina's secession governor, John Ellis
North Carolina History Project John W. Ellis (1820-1862)


(Summer 2008) Enlarge Old Lutheran Cemetery marker, Salisbury


(Summer 2008) Enlarge Old Lutheran Cemetery. Confederate soldiers and prison guards


(Summer 2008) Enlarge Old Lutheran Cemetery. Grave of Col. Charles F. Fisher, killed in action at 1st Manassas. Fort Fisher was named in his honor

Colonel Charles Frederick Fisher
Old Lutheran Cemetery, Salisbury, NC -


(Summer 2008) Enlarge Battle of the Yadkin River Bridge marker, north of Salisbury. NC Hwys 29/70/150. Photo taken from the Davidson County side

Battle for Yadkin River Bridge, April 12, 1865
Yadkin River Bridge Battlefield Endangered
Stoneman's Raid: Salisbury and the Yadkin River Bridge

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