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  2. Talk:Liberty, Rowan County, North Carolina - Wikipedia,_Rowan_County...

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  4. Category talk:Museums in Rowan County, North Carolina

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  6. Great Wagon Road - Wikipedia

    Cooleemee, North Carolina (estab. 1814); Rowan County line (estab. 1753); South Yadkin River ford (now a bridge) Cooleemee was an Indian plantation until 1814. [102] It was possible to bypass the Indian community by using Renshaw's ford, located 0.2 miles (0.32 km) west of Powell Rd (about 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Cooleemee).

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  8. U.S. Route 70 in North Carolina - Wikipedia

    Future Interstate 42 Location Garner – Morehead City, North Carolina Length 142 mi (229 km) The Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act), signed by President Barack Obama on December 14, 2015, added the US 70 corridor between Garner and Morehead City to the Interstate system as a future Interstate. Justification for the designation included better connections with Seymour ...

  9. History of North Carolina - Wikipedia

    The Practice and Politics of Fiat Finance: North Carolina in the Confederation, 1783-1789. 1969 online edition; Newcomer, Mabel, Economic and Social History of Chowan County, North Carolina, 1880-1915 (1917) online edition; Nathans Sydney. The Quest for Progress: The Way We Lived in North Carolina, 1870-1920. 1983. O'Brien Gail Williams.